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, who their team members are, and build enhanced team self‑awareness.
It’s by increasing self-awareness across the team that we can drive productivity, reduce conflict, enable better quality decision making, and facilitate greater co‑ordination and collaboration. High team self‑awareness drives high performance.1
Through the Insights Team Effectiveness model, we can identify the most pressing and important issues for the team’s development, diagnose problems, and highlight opportunities to inspire success – and ultimately increase productivity.
In the second part of the workshop, we review the impact of COVID-19 ‘team disruption’ – a defining moment for both the individual and the team.
After the initial adrenaline surge, we are now seeing the ‘true’ people impact of lockdown, and the gradual return to the office.
Not surprisingly, virtual and disrupted teams face more challenges to stay effective – challenges that grow as team members spend more and more time under ‘strained’ conditions, leading to poor performance.2-4
Together with communication, research has shown that trust and cohesion – three of the factors that drive psychological safety – are severely compromised in disrupted teams.3,4
Plus, we’re not just looking at the impact of work, we need to consider the impact of external factors to individual health and wellbeing, as well as the health and wellbeing of the team.