The High Performance Team
“A team is not a group of people that work together. A team is a group of people that trust each other.” – Simon Sinek
High performance teams are teams whose members are so actively engaged and dedicated that they produce results which are extraordinary.
They work together to share information and resources, to find synergies and solve problems.
They are accountable to self and each other.
High-performance teams aren’t made by putting your hardest-working employees together in a room, hoping better work comes out the other side. They’re built from people with a common vision but it's not unusual for them to have different backgrounds and skill sets. In fact, the difference sometimes makes the difference!
Above all, the defining feature of a high-performance team is a unified approach, leveraging each member’s strengths to shoot for success and hit their mark.
High-performance teams are valued within an organisation.
Friday 3 April 2020
The Manyana Room,
Shoalhaven City Council,
Bridge Road, Nowra
8:30am - 11:30am
$125 pp incl GST
In this workshop
We talk about how to identify gaps that may exist in the current team structure
We learn how to create a culture of improvement and innovation
We explore the 7 defining factors of a team
We look at the 5 Characteristics of a High Performing Team
We gain insights into effective team process
Who should attend?
Leaders and Managers of Teams
Members of Teams
Anyone who interacts with people on a daily basis