Do you lead a team or are part of a team? Would you like to know how to achieve even greater success, effectiveness and engagement? If you do, you may find my TV interview “Cracking The Code Of High-Performance Teamwork” of value and interest.
During the interview, I explain the following:
- The importance of not only understanding WHO is in your team but also HOW effectively they work together
- The impact of behaviours on teamwork
- Getting the balance right between Task and Relationships
- What the most important element of high-performance teamwork is and that everyone in the team must know and understand
- What the big data reveals about where teams are struggling, based on those using the Team DyNAmics Model
- An appreciation of the importance of understanding not only technical skills of team members but their behavioural preferences
- Why it is important to regularly measure and review how your team is working together
- Ensuring there is a balance in your team meetings by focussing not only what needs to be achieved but also how it is achieved
- What areas to focus on initially when building high-performance
- Hints on pitfalls and how to avoid them
Here is the link:
Cracking The Code Of High-Performance Teamwork
Cracking The Code Of High-Performance Teamwork (6 minute read)
Big Data Reveals That Leaders Don’t Have Tools To Measure Team Performance
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Wishing you continued success and happiness in both work and life.
Yours behaviourally, Nick
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