CREATE A COHESIVE HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAM RATHER THAN A TEAM OF HIGH PERFORMING INDIVIDUALS.
Most ‘teams’ do not operate as teams. They are really a collection of talented individuals that operate within the same organizational structure. For any team to reach it’s full potential and begin to operate as a high performance team, it must over come the 4 challenges of the High Performance Teamwork Model.
of teams are rated as dysfunctional.
HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS ARE CHARACTERIZED BY:
- Higher Productivity
- Commitment to Team Objectives
- Effective and Constructive Conflict
- Peer Accountability and Focus on the Most Important Team Strategic Objectives
HOW WE WORK WITH YOU TO CREATE A CULTURE OF HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS :
CREATING HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS
- Benchmark the current state with our teamwork assessment
- Your team attends the high performance teamwork session
- Team members create individual and team action plans
- We measure team progress against the original benchmark
“I was fortunate enough to have met Andrew early in my management life and the coaching skills he has provided have had a direct and measurable impact on my career.”
“We have taken various training classes from Andrew. Unlike others, his classes are not just ‘rah, rah’ motivational courses. Andrew’s courses are real nuts and bolts that one can implement into their business. What we have learned from Andrew has had a direct positive impact on our bottom line and how we operate.”
“Andrew, without question, is the best facilitator of leadership training that I have ever encountered in my 20 year professional career. I would stronglyrecommend him to any organization looking to increase productivity or enhance the skill set of a team”
WHAT MAKES HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMWORK SO DIFFERENT?
When it comes to changing the way that employees engage with each other and their customers it is not enough to review the same tired old strategies that have not worked before. Participants in the 4 Faces of Frustration Teamwork Program are actively engaged in the learning process. Participants will experience the different ways that people interact, solve problems and address challenges. This active involvement in the learning process leads participants who dreaded attending to claim it was the best training program they had ever experienced.
The Challenge Every day, team members frustrate their peers. Unfortunately a lack of recognition of this frustration and inability to respond proactively cost the team in terms of employee output, customer satisfaction, loyalty and ultimately – productivity and profitability. Recent research shows this cost to be well over $300 billion annually for employee productivity alone. Part of the challenge is that terms such as ‘teamwork’, are open to different interpretations based on the unique way we see the world around us.
The Solution We have found that Influence is built and maintained very differently with different types of individuals. When you utilize an incorrect influence strategy, you create the opposite of influence; you frustrate those you seek to influence. This frustration will eventually develop into a negative filter through which every action a team member takes is “misinterpreted”.
Many leaders struggle to unlock the full potential of their team. This is frustrating because in all other aspects of their work they are highly successful.
The problem is, the skills that have propelled their success to this point are different than the skills required to reach the next level of success.
We’ve found most leaders are being held back by 7 common traps we’ve come to define as the 7 Deadly Sins of Leadership.
Join us on February 16th to learn how to avoid these 7 Sins, so you can spend less time feeling stuck and stressed and be able to accomplish more at work, in less time, and go home each day feeling energized and productive.
To become a great leader, you must avoid The 7 Deadly Sins of Leadership.
Discover what’s holding you back from realizing the full potential of your team.