Thinking Outside The Box
Building Customer Relationships
Implementing Complex Strategies
Planning For Growth
Delivering Lasting Change
Predicting Job Sucess - Building High Performance Teams
Team Performance Measurement
Growing The Organisation
Looking To Achieve New Heights
Working Effectively Together
Building High Performance Teams
Successful businesses are built and run by people who work well with other people. Managing relationships is a fundamental skill for success. We help managers increase their self awareness, develop fruitful relationships, and then achieve dramatic improvements in business performance
Productive collaborative relationships are absolutely essential in business and particularly when an organisation faces key performance challenges. Teams involved in meeting critical deadlines, staying within tighter budgets, and satisfying more demanding customers - often with fewer people - have to be able to work together if the business is going to survive and prosper. The Mathews Partnership specialises in helping teams work co operatively for success. We look at each individual's preferred behaviour and their role in the team. We give people strategies for working better with each other and then working brilliantly with each other.
In the urgency surrounding project deadlines and in the face of high customer pressure it's easy to overlook the personalities involved. But ultimately, it is only the successful fusion of many interests and personalities that will make a successful business. Don't assume that warring team members will overcome their differences under the pressure to perform; more often than not they donít and their performance suffers as a result.
In organisations, improving areas such as output, problem-solving and effectiveness requires an understanding of how teams and relationships work. Unfortunately in many organisations there is a feeling that there isn't time to deal with personal relationships. There are deadlines and goals to meet, bottom lines to achieve and they need to take priority. The fact is, when we ignore interpersonal issues in favour of %3Fdealing with more practical matters%3F because that's what we need to do to get the job done we are engaging in organisational self-deception. When interpersonal problems exist and are not dealt with the productivity of the organisation inevitably suffers. It is more true to say that organisations cannot afford not to take the time to deal with relations between people.Read More