High Performance Teams
Stop struggling with poor team performance…
Here is a proven path – with no gimmicks or simplistic formulas – to build highly effective teams.
Building effective teams is hard. That’s why so many executives share with us the following frustrations:
- Many employees – even at senior levels – lack the ability to build and participate on teams effectively.
- Interpersonal dynamics create lots of friction and hassles that are time consuming and challenging to overcome.
- It is rare for team members know how to set expectations and create engagement in ways that get great results while strengthening relationships.
A 15-part methodology that gets practical results without superficial gimmicks or clichés.
There are plenty of simplistic books and manuals that make the best-seller lists about teams. However, these rarely have the depth or practical grounding to make teams really work.
Performance Support Partners has a 15-part methodology that helps teams be successful from start to finish. In fact, it was even used on a project that created a successful team made up of tenured faculty from universities around the world. It has improved performance on teams in professional services, technology, finance and non-profits.
A robust, deep, and practical approach.
The secret to the success of our approach is that it is deep. It helps your team look at fifteen unique dimensions of performance, and can be delivered through training, coaching, facilitation, or a combination – whichever is most convenient for you.
Get an example of the approach
To learn more, we invite you to download one piece of our approach, which is a simple assessment to evaluate the conversations different team members are having, and whether those move the team forward, backwards, or at a standstill. We guarantee it will open up some new ideas about making your teams more effective and efficient
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