Team performance comes from 3 measurement areas. High performing teams meet expectations, want to stay together, and learn new skills.
Using – How we do things around here – to develop your team In your work with teams, you have heard the term start with why. This – why am I here? or why are you here or why does this team exist? – is often the first step in team performance and leadership. In the – 7 Steps to high performing … Continued
It can be helpful for managers to offer coaching and hands-on support as team members develop the skills they need to work well in a team and as the teams learn to work together.
The high performers learn:
The more you do around here, the more they ask you to do.
And the low performers learn:
The less you do around here, the less they ask you to do.
Either option leads to under-performance.