Building High
Performing Teams

Many managers today do have one-on-one meetings with their team members, but have not accessed the energy, creativity and momentum that creating a TEAM can provide.

Access the genius of your team

The Building High Performing Teams (BHPT’s) program is foremost a practical program that targets specific and required ‘know how’.  Many managers today do have one-on-one meetings with their team members, but have not accessed the energy, creativity and momentum that creating a TEAM can provide.  Team meetings are often therefore flat, and time wasting.  What’s missing is the ability to effectively facilitate collective decision making so their teams can together identify and solve significant business problems.  Engaging the collective to do REAL WORK is a truly invigorating experience, especially in comparison to lengthy “update” meetings that most teams tolerate.

Watch the buzz begin

The problem is you can’t order up a high performing team….it’s not possible to “action plan” one into existence.  Rather, the skilled manager must set the “conditions” for one to emerge, continue to apply collective decision making practices where appropriate, then watch and notice that a genuine buzz in their team begins to happen.

The skills you take away

In this program you will learn how to:

  • Facilitate energised and focused team meetings that identify and resolve pressing and important business problems.  Your team meetings will never be the same.
  • Facilitate two especially important meetings that are often overlooked; One, building agreement and buy-in to your team purpose and goals, and two, gaining team agreement on your desired team climate.

We believe, and research makes very clear, putting these two “structures” in place are essential to building a high performing team.

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