Forming teams for high performance & results orientation has always been a challenge. The forming-storming-norming-performing model proposed by Bruce Tuckman has been the holy grail that everyone refers to. And yet, the knowledge of this model alone does not guarantee that the teams being formed will truly reach the "Performing" stage. The hallmark of high performingteams is a healthy balance between competition to strive for continuous improvement & collaboration to ensure that the onus of results is shared in a manner that brings the best out of each individual. Paradoxically, many teams find that the spirit of competition is at odds with the spirit of collaboration.
Each team is unique in terms of the results expected from it, the composition of the team, the behavioral personality & competency characteristics of the individuals that make up the team. This results in unique challenges that are faced by each team which might not be the same as the challenges faced by other teams. The uniqueness of the challenge stems from the basic fundamental fact tht eachhuman being is unique. Each individual comes with her/his own set of beliefs, values, knowledge - collectively referred to as Attitude.
I & my team have a unique programme to help high performing teams to succeed in environments that are ever more demanding. It enables teams to maximize their potential and reach performance breakthroughs.
This program uses a group facilitation approach that focuses on the following dimensions:
- Values, Goals & Expectations
- Leadership attitude
- Individual attitude
- Failure / Success Attitude
- Attitude - Change, Enhance