The EDEN Team Model develops the following 5 domains:
Direction – The objectives of the team are aligned with the goals of the company. They are supported by all members by specifying what was learned and elaborating action plans to implement it into your everyday professional life.
Processes – Efficient and transparent communication, planning, implementation, and decision processes give your employees security and the space to operate.
Roles – To allow peak motivation, employees should be employed according to their skills and interests. An unambiguous role allocation increases the motivation of each team member.
Interaction – Each team member has individual needs when it comes to communication. These idiosyncrasies are to be detected and developed into a professional and value improving communication practice. This will include communication about strengths and weaknesses in an open atmosphere.
Teamspirit / Conflicts – Interpersonal challenges and differences are normal. Yet, the opportunity that a conflict creates is often experienced differently in everyday life. Conflicts reveal different approaches, which in turn offer the potential for creative problem solving.
“The seminar with Sebastian Reeh was a successful start for our team, because it was a process catalyst and a proper jumpstart. It bound the group together and all the participants received the necessary support to better understand themselves and everybody else. The team aspect was emphasized and every single person came to realize what each member, and consequently the whole team, needs to be successful. The seminar definitely paid off, for us as ICF College!“
Nicolas Legler, CEO ICF Zürich