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The Challenge: In complex organisations today, professionals are rarely asked to work in a single, stable team. More often, they are asked to play multiple roles and contribute to several teams at the same time. So, in a single day of meetings an individual must adopt the identity of: team leader and team member, and prioritise resources and contributions to: functional teams, regional teams, country teams, project teams, management teams, and their own direct reports. 

Our Belief: Whilst tried and tested concepts such as Belbin's team roles, and Tuckman's team development stages are useful assess how an individual can best contribute to a team or explain team member behaviours, they do not provide a reliable process to take a group of high performers and shape them into a high performing team. This workshop introduces a best practice process to build and sustain a high performing team that can perform under pressure.

Our Approach: Humans have not succeed by being the biggest, fastest or strongest. Instead, we've evolved a brain that allows us to cooperate in tribes to agree long term goals, share information and collaborate using specialist skills. This workshop applies lessons from anthropology and social neuroscience to:

  • Align team members around a shared vision & purpose, and define performance goals that everyone is willing to be accountable for.

  • Develop a team culture of trust, where contributions and commitment is recognised and rewarded.

  • Focus on how the team will collaborate, where teammates hold themselves and each other accountable for their contributions.

  • Execute the plan according to strategy whilst empowering team members to be self directed

Workshop Outcomes:

  • Create a shared identity that differentiates your team from "outsiders".

  • Reduce interpersonal conflict caused by competing priorities and limited resources.

  • Prevent the loss of talent and/or reduce staff turnover triggered by the departure of influential team members.

  • Promote a sense of bonding and belonging in the team to increase engagement and employee satisfaction. 

Who Should Attend:

Newly formed teams or team that are preparing for rapid change in the organisation.

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