STRATEGY TO OPTIMIZE TEAM PERFORMANCE
Overstate the Obvious
Perhaps the single most talked about area of breakdown in our teams. How we communicate is of paramount importance to the success of our collective whole. What we fail to do with our communication strategy – is have one to begin with. Second only to understating our needs and expectations. Far too often leaders leave this important element to chance and the outcome is often devastating beyond repair.
A+B DOES NOT LEAD TO C
Wouldn’t it be nice if our people followed the path we put before them? One misconception is that our team can see what that end result you are going for looks like and the path to get there is clear. Sadly our systems often do not take into account the receptive ability of our people. With our whole person approach to systems, we build a strategy for performance goals that meets the needs of the frontline team driving you to your end result.
LOOKING INTO THE MIRROR
Even strong leadership can fall to an ill-placed assumption. Leader and Assumption often go hand in hand, but not all assumptions – ok perhaps few – are ever promoted to raise up and edify. When a leader becomes complacent, they often place incorrect assumptions on their people to over compensate for their own shortcomings. We create a safe environment to reflect back to every leader the behaviors and assumptions that may be pulling their team down.
THE HIDDEN WEAPON
The reason a four-part harmony works so well together in song, is the perfect blend of the lows and the highs of the notes. When we create a work environment that honors the blend of each person – in their lows and highs – we then can up-level the excellence at which we all perform. Team Optimization is taking into consideration the design and blend of how our people work together to co-create perfect harmony.