Great things are rarely achieved by just one person. And great businesses are very rarely created by one person. As Heller Keller said, “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”.
Great teams rarely, if ever, happen by chance. As Henry Ford said, “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is a success”.
If your team is not quite at the high-performance level you’d like, you may find yourself asking these questions:
- Are the right people in the right seats?
- How do I fight the acceptance of mediocrity?
- What is true accountability?
- Is there a sustainable business model in place?
During this FREE webinar you will learn what characteristics and behaviours you generally find in a high performance in a team and how to incorporate these into your own. These include:
Having trust and a belief in what the team must achieve with a purpose they can truly buy in to.
Working towards the same goals.
Each team member pulling their own weight.
Mutual respect for individual skills.
A self-organising and self-aware team.
The leader knowing when to offer guidance, and when to step back.
Constructively solving conflict.
Each team member becoming good listeners and being able to use their own voice.
Always remembering no individual is more important that the team (not even the leader).
It's all about the people - the rest will take care of itself!
More About Dave:
Dave began his career as a salesperson working his way from Sales Trainer to President by the age of 30. He then took the business from 1 location to 21 locations across the US Midwest and 43 seasonal locations in 4 years. He then purchased a manufacturing company and grew it from 23 people to 150. The company then went on to achieve #68 in the Inc. Magazine fastest-growing privately held companies sustained over a 5-year period. After selling his stake in the manufacturing company, Dave then started his own consulting firm in the US.