TEAM

PERFORMANCE

Getting it right doesn't come by chance. 75% of teams are dysfunctional and 60% fail to deliver, according to HBR.

 

With the right design and support, teams do better work, are more collaborative and creative, have lower attrition and higher loyalty, and deliver up to 50% better performance.

Learn how to design and support teams for high-performance.

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TEAM TOOLKIT

WORKING AGREEMENTS

A working agreement enables teams to accelerate the time it takes to move between forming to performing  by minimizing friction and keeping everyone accountable and productive.

 

Learn how to create a working agreement for your new team norms and rules of engagement. 

DESIGN TOOLS

HOGAN TEAM REPORT

When teams function optimally, the entire organization benefits. The Team Report provides a personality-based understanding of a team’s strengths, weaknesses, and values. Individuals will understand how their personalities can combine to support or hinder effectiveness.

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Active Listening

Active Listening helps teams avoid misunderstandings,  build relationships, enhance trust and overcome conflict.

Self-Awareness

Teams with high self-awareness make better decisions, interact better with each other, and manage tensions and conflicts more effectively. 

Accountability

For a team to function well, an individual is not only obligated to be accountable, they need to hold their coworkers accountable too.

Managing Conflict

Not all conflict is bad. In fact, it can be extremely positive, especially in a team environment.

Cracking the Code on Collaboration. [HBR] 

Six new tools for training people to work together better.

From me to we: the next shift in performance management [McKinsey & Company] 

A team-based performance management system will not only ensure the right teams are being recognized for great work, but it can also unlock how team-based organizations operate at full potential.

High-Performing Teams: A timeless leadership topic [McKinsey & Company] 

CEOs and senior executives can employ proven techniques to create top-team performance.

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