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Building Team Performance

Overview

Good teamwork is about relationships, with every team member understanding their role, their contribution to the group and feeling valued for the part they play in helping the team succeed.

BUILDING TEAM PERFORMANCE enables everyone to gain a unique insight into who they are and who their team members are. It’s by increasing team self-awareness that we can drive productivity, reduce conflict, enable better quality decision-making and facilitate greater co-ordination across the team. High team self-awareness drives high performance.1

The workshop introduces the Insights Team Effectiveness model to identify the most pressing and important issues for the team’s development, diagnose problems and highlight opportunities to improve team success.

And, as part of our YourBrand™ framework, the workshop also uniquely introduces the concept of Inter-team Effectiveness, to develop an integrated, brand-specific approach to organisational performance


Key Outcomes

  • Builds engagement and effective team communication
  • Develops a shared commitment and clarity on what the team has to do to achieve its goals
  • Enables the team to quickly understand their strengths and challenges
  • Creates a positive, non-threatening environment for discussing differences, challenges and resolving conflict
  • Reinforces the message that everyone has a role to play in achieving team objectives
  • Evaluates team performance against the characteristic of high performing teams and the Insights Team Effectiveness model
  • Enables participants to take immediate individual and team action
  • Uniquely develops Inter-team Effectiveness to drive organisational performance

SETA Accredited Course

BUILDING TEAM PERFORMANCE is available as a standard workshop or a SETA Accredited course, aligned to Unit Standard 252037: Build teams to achieve goals and objectives.


REFERENCES:

  1. Dierdorff, E.C., Rubin, R.S. (2015). Research: We’re not very self-aware, especially at work. Harvard Business Review. (hbr.org).
Steve AndrewsBuilding Team Performance