I. The Characteristics of a High Performance Team.
A. Work description vs. job description.
B. "Rolistic vs. holistic organizations."
C. Breaking the level of isolation.
D. Independence leading to collaboration and cooperation.
E. What works vs. "what's right" or "what's wrong."
F. A "junctional" approach to high performance teams.
II. Leadership Skills for High Performance Teams.
A. Shared respect.
B. Motivation, communication and delegation.
C. Creativity and innovation.
D. Mutual coaching approach.
E. Personal and team feedback.
III. Challenge vs. Chore - A Work Attitude for High Performance Teams.
A. The motivational impact of variety, challenge, opportunity and responsibility.
B. Developing accountability in teams.
C. Developing realistic expectations and meeting them.
D. Getting results together.
IV. Entrepreneurial Behaviour Leading to High Performance Teams.
A. More than just a job.
B. Measuring success for the team and team members.
C. The power and the joy of "group think" sessions.
D. Empowering skills extended to the team setting.
V. Increasing the Output, Creativity, Quality and Overall Performance of the Team.
A. Problem solving and conflict resolution.
B. Resolving interpersonal and inter-team rivalries.
C. Designing specific action plans for high performance teams.