One way to enable your A-players to become great leaders is to implement a leadership development plan.
A common response from today's leaders when they speak of their younger generation is "I just don't seem to speak their language". That's because they are not.
The performance of your team directly correlates to the strength of the relationships. Strength of relationships are built upon the depth of the conversations.
For decisions to flow quickly, productivity to be high, collaboration to be fluent, dialogue to flow powerfully, there has to be alignment and trust.
The faster any team can work their way through a challenge, the faster they can jump onto the next one.
While internal team dynamics are the most important factor to get right first. Cross department relationships should not be neglected.
This week we discuss how some people think high performance is when a player/team member is delivering really good results. It is, but when its to the detriment of the team then its not.
In our workshops with teams, we often refer to speed through adversity as being one of the top 3 determinants to corporate success.
Coaching is not barking orders and solving problems for your team members. Coaching is asking great questions so they come up with the solutions.
Most teams struggle to operationalise the behaviours which makes their culture code worthless.
Here we discuss how sharing your pain & struggles (aka. being vulnerable) has huge human connection benefits inside of a team environment (when delivered and accepted correctly).
In his latest article, Paul Roos looks at ways for organisations to break down information silos and work together as a single team.