HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAMS
a) LEARNING SESSION - 2 DAYS
Every group is not a team. Most are not, in fact and so it's good to start with a definition.
A 'High Performing Team' is a group of people who do collective work and are mutually committed to a common team purpose and challenging goals related to that purpose.
World Record: 4 x 100 mtrs relay
World Record: 400 mtrs
They are more productive and innovative than mere groups. They produce results that exceed what groups of individuals can do through simple cooperation and coordination. Such results reflect a 'team effect' members perform better when they feel they're part of a team.
It is the role of a manager to evolve groups into high performing team.
Understand the characteristics of a High Performance team by reviewing successful teams around the globe in different fields ranging from sports to African tribes to the corporate world
Creation of Team Charter by mapping role, goals, responsibilities
Stages of team development
Journey to high performance: track team performance curve – from groups to High Performance teams
Familiarize the 9 dimensions that are critical to high performance
Explore each dimension in detail through relatable case studies and business simulations
Understand behaviours that make these dimensions livable including effective communication, listening, providing actionable information, being assertive, gaining support and cooperation
Understand why some teams fail while some don’t in the context of the 9 dimensions
Actionable roadmap to building High Performance teams