High Performing Teams

Developing high-performing teams in your workplace is always a priority. This workshop will get your team building those strong relationships, recognising what an effective team looks and operates like, establishing a focused communication and review on the progress of their goals, ultimately making those vital adjustments to ensure completion.

High Performing Teams - 5 principles

Your success depends on your ability to develop High-Performing Teams and this model covers all 5 Key Stages to achieve that, including; Purpose – ‘what are we here to achieve’, Stakeholders – ‘what they need from us’, Delivery – ‘we have the plan’, Capability – ‘we have the skills’ and Relationships ‘support & value each other’.

HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS
High Performers Increase Employee Engagement and Productivity


SHARE A COMMON PURPOSE / GOAL
BALANCE TASK & PROCESS
BUILD TRUST & RESPECT
TEAM ALIGNMENT
INCREASED ENGAGEMENT
IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY
ADAPT & EVOLVE
INNOVATION THROUGH DIVERSITY

Onsite for up to 12 Candidates
Investment £979 (EX-VAT)

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Monthly Payment Plans and Potential Funding Available (Terms Apply)


“The training and subsequent support provided by Adam to develop my knowledge, understanding and ability to build a high performing team has been excellent. He is an exceptional mentor, always guiding me to my own conclusion. “

Alexandra Hawley – Sales and Installations Manager

 


 
The value of a high-performing team has long been recognised. It’s why savvy investors in start-ups often value the quality of the team and the interaction of the founding members more than the idea itself. It’s why 90 percent of investors think the quality of the management team is the single most important non-financial factor when evaluating an IPO. And it’s why there is a 1.9 times increased likelihood of having above-median financial performance when the top team is working together toward a common vision.

“No matter how brilliant your mind or strategy, if you’re playing a solo game, you’ll always lose out to a team,” is the way Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder, sums it up.
 

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