Building High Performing, Highly Positive Teams in a VUCA* World
“Teams rely on intense, collaborative work to accomplish a specific goal or task that could not be accomplished as well by an individual or a workgroup. An effective team increases the productivity, satisfaction, and growth of each of its team members, the team itself, and the rest of the organization.”
— Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith
The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization
He that thinketh he leadeth and hath no one following him is only taking a walk.
— Benjamin L. Hooks
The most effective leaders stay connected to their people. This gives them the greatest amount of influence and allows the leader and the team to achieve their big-picture goals together.
What about you?
How are you leading your team?
Are you connected, aligned and “in-sync” with your team members and are they aligned with each other?
Do you realize that your people are your performance multiplier and are you able to maximize your team potential?
Teams are the engines that drive successful organizations. Teams exist to accomplish certain functions and to produce results. Teams produce results that individuals simply can’t, acting alone. Teams are constantly monitored against results delivered. Today, the workplace is a maze of teams – leadership, functional, cross-functional, project, virtual — and the pressure is on teams to form, perform and reform at an astonishing rate.
Today’s leaders are “team leaders” more than “top-down executives,” and they must learn how to lead cross-functional, global, virtual and project teams.
As a highly skilled Team Coach, I coach teams to high performance as they learn to work effectively together, produce enhanced results and develop the ability to sustain their success and grow their productivity over time.
I excel at coaching virtual teams to high performance with team coaching sessions facilitated on state-of-the-art technology platforms.
For more information, Connect with Elizabeth
*Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous