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    High Performnace Teams

    “In spite of our technological advances, our competitive advantage lies in our ability to work effectively together".
    —Roger K. Allen, Ph.D.

Developing High Performance Teams


WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO MAKE THEM WORK

Create an organization in which people's hearts are in their work.

Few would argue that people are an organization’s most valuable asset.  Do you want better quality, faster response time, higher productivity, greater sensitivity to customers, improved profitability? People make these happen. Unfortunately, many people are motivated by compliance.  Their hearts are not in their work.  They get by, do the minimum required, and watch the clock.  The organization reaps mediocrity. Other people are motivated by commitment. They care about the work they do, know that they are valued by their organization and can make a significant contribution to its success.  The organization reaps vitality and excellence.

WHY TEAM?

High Performance teams are more than a group of people working together to accomplish a common task. They share a common vision and purpose that inspires their performance. They feel accountable for their work. They solve problems and make decisions and act like full partners in the business. When you attend this program you will learn, from foremost experts in the field, how to create a team environment that results in outstanding performance.

Developing High Performance Teams consists of seven modules that are usually delivered at least a week apart. Each module contains lots of exercises to make the training come alive and ensure back home application. It is designed to be fun and dynamic as well as educational.

  1. Fundamentals of High Performance Teams
  2. The Team Charter
  3. Managing the Process
  4. Effective Meetings
  5. Customer focus
  6. Team Member Roles And Responsibilities
  7. Setting Goals and Keeping Score

WHAT YOU WILL DO:

  • Gain an understanding of how teams differ from traditional work groups.
  • Create a team charter that includes a clear statement of your team’s purpose, operating guidelines, performance objectives, and an ideal team vision.
  • Learn good meeting management skills, critique your meeting effectiveness and develop action plans to improve your meetings.
  • Identify your team’s customer requirements and how these guide team performance.
  • Analyze and streamline the core work of the team.
  • Clarify team member roles and responsibilities and ensure greater accountability.
  • Set up systems for measuring your performance, setting goals and tracking progress.


Contact Us to start developing your High Performance teams today.