Great teams are the building blocks of organization performance, transformation and growth. In our first session, standing on the research of Amy Edmondson, Google’s Aristotle study, and the Deloitte teams research, we share our Inspiring Teams Framework and audit both the strengths and opportunities that exist on your team and the other teams you are a part of.
In preparation for our next session on October 29, please read the HBR promised-based commitments article.
High performing teams have to be able to respond swiftly to shifts in strategy and priorities. Research shows that such agility in high performing teams is attributed to: clear priorities; high-quality communication; capacity management; clarity of roles and accountability. This session presents a model of how to make trustworthy commitments through specific and consistent language and by setting realistic expectations. Participants practice building capacity and commitment through using the framework to map existing and anticipated challenges within the team.
In addition, we will share foundational goal setting and performance management tools to support you on the ground to increase motivation and engagement.
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