Moving from the Five Dysfunctions to the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team. 5 Critical Behaviors for High Performance Team Success
In a recent survey and research report from the Center for Creative Leadership, 91% of respondents agreed that teams are central to organizational success. Teams are heavily relied upon in today’s business environment and are being used as much to drive change as to generate results.
Everyone wants to be on a winning team, but not all teams are created equal … some have it and some don’t!
What keeps teams from winning is not the collective IQ of the team members or their years of experience, education or knowledge in their particular industry … its’ not even their technical expertise. What keeps teams from winning is the inability to interact, communicate and collaborate with other team members in successful ways.
The bottom line … cohesive, high-performance teams don’t just happen! It takes courage, discipline and emotional energy to achieve true teamwork. When people come together for a common goal and set aside their individual needs for the good of the whole, they can accomplish what may have seemed impossible.
Join us to explore the process of developing cohesive, high performance teams.
Definition of a Team
Characteristics of High Performance Teams
The Primary Team versus the Secondary Team
Five Critical Behaviors necessary for High Performance Success
Building Vulnerability Based Trust
Mastering Healthy Conflict
Achieving Commitment & Buy-in
Embracing Mutual Accountability
Focusing on Collective Results
Carole Gill is an Executive Coach, Management Consultant and Professional Speaker who brings practical experience from a successful 20+ year career in corporate America and more than 15 years of consulting experience. Her work focuses on helping leaders and their teams attain and sustain outstanding operational results. She has designed and implemented long-term organization development initiatives to create and support high-performance work environments; increasing employee engagement and overall profitability.
Carole takes a dynamic approach that uses current “best practices” in leadership to teach individuals to become more effective leaders, communicators, collaborators and team builders. Her areas of expertise include leadership development, executive coaching, employee engagement, building emotional intelligence competencies, as well as organizational and team development.
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