The Team Clock Institute helps world class businesses and organizations optimize the power of their teams to elevate performance.

The Team Clock Institute breaks the cycles of struggle experienced by all teams by diagnosing opportunities for growth, creating accountability for healthy team behavior, igniting innovation, and connecting changes in team effectiveness to measurable business results.

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Coaching and Consultation

Which team is yours – Aging rock stars? Perpetual motion? Comfortably numb? Toxic? Team Clock has a solution. Contact us today to get started with Team Clock and learn how we can help your team rise to new heights.

Assessment and Training

Team Clock® proven methodology was developed in a clinical setting over the past 30 years by Steve Ritter, published in the 2009 release of Team Clock: A Guide to Breakthrough Teams, and engaged with over 200 teams in their pursuit of breakthrough results.

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60 Seconds on the Team Clock

Recent Articles from the Blog

Day-to-day interactions with colleagues often provide an indication of the quality of communication without revealing much evidence about the reasons for its strength or weakness. True data usually lives beneath the surface. When it’s not going well, the motive for the choice not to collaborate is frequently some unresolved grudge that converts a “we” into an “us vs. them.” Perhaps a teammate said something insulting six months ago. Maybe a counterpart came from the wrong side of a merger following a corporate acquisition. Sometimes a colleague stays loyal to a previous leader. Either way, a talent with whom you should partner is rendered off limits. What should you do?

Every interaction either adds or subtracts from the trust of a partnership. Whether you give trust freely or require it to be earned, it grows and shrinks continuously. When you look closely into the aspects of interpersonal exchange that populate a typical workplace, the disparity in willingness to take risks amongst teammates makes sense. Consider the three primary drivers of trust: connection, respect, and accountability.

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Meet a Few of Team Clock's Partners

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