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Developing Teams

‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.’ (Margaret Mead)

High performing teams outperform individual working groups every time.

Re-Think consultants have a wealth of experience in developing high performance teams at every level.

By providing stretching, yet achievable challenges we develop a sense of team trust and self belief.

We ensure teams feel united and that they have a clear common purpose and of shared way of working.

How to Develop High Performance Teams

The foundation to building teams lies in developing trust via open dialogue and our actions.

Re-Think creates an environment for ‘conversations that matter’ by a combination of great locations, skilled trainers and stimulating projects to explore and develop team effectiveness.

These might be conversations regarding:

  • What do we as a team stand for?
  • Success criteria?
  • How are we going to work together?
  • What is our common goal?
  • ‘Must win’ battles this year
  • Elephants in the room’
  • Defining roles and responsibilities and accountability.

We can’t wait to hear from you! Call us today and let us help you find what you’re looking for.

Key Indicators of a High Performing Teams:

Alignment – Often the biggest area of performance gain. How well is the team serving its external stakeholders?

Purpose – High performance teams have an clear, agreed and meaningful sense of shared collective purpose. It will be seen as an achievable yet stretching target.

Agreed Way of Working – Clearly defined sense of culture and way of operating.

Quality Conversations – Coaching and feedback to develop team members. The courage to discuss challenging issues and debate areas of disagreement.

Effective Relationships – Members spend time with each other so everyone is understood in a meaningful way. In a tight situation, your team members watch your back because they care about you.

High Performance Mindsets – A Sense of both challenge and support – to and from all team members. Seeking to learn and improve not blame

Team Performance Model