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Becomea High Performance Team[2]

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Something worth exploring. Some of it is ttried and out of date, but the majority of it is resourceful and a good read!

Something worth exploring. Some of it is ttried and out of date, but the majority of it is resourceful and a good read!

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  • 1. Becoming a High Performance Team
  • 2. What’s Your Choice?
    • Work for an industry leader, or be a part of a mediocre outfit?
    • Play on a championship team, or never even make the playoffs?
    • Grind away at a job where the group just never seems to click, or get a bang out of being a high powered unit that produces record breaking results.
  • 3. What’s Your Choice?
    • High powered teams are always the safest to be on.
    • People look out for each other.
    • Your less likely to get hurt when your teammates are good at what they do.
    • Jobs are more secure.
    • Affords slow starters more time
  • 4. Fact of Human Nature: People emulate those who seem to be superior in taste, style, or performance.
  • 5. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 1. Push for High Quality Communication.
    • It’s the make or break issue.
    • You must meet, talk and engage in very open give and take communication.
    • Communicate, communicate, communicate.
    • 2. Bring Talent to the Team .
    • It’s everyone’s responsibility.
    • If you find great talent and cannot use them, refer them to a teammate.
    • Be good at what you do, keep getting better.
  • 6. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 3. Play Your Position.
    • Understand what’s expected.
    • Nail every bit of it down--remember it!
    • Teamwork, by definition implies interdependence.
    • What you do affects others.
  • 7. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 4. Turn Diversity to the Team’s Advantage.
    • Differences add depth, create strength, broaden the group and bring balance to the team.
    • Don’t sideline the person who is different.
    • Don’t use being different as a crutch.
  • 8. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 5. Back Up Others Who Need Help.
    • Think TEAM!
    • See the big picture.
    • Adopt an attitude of helpfulness.
    • Nothing is permanent, not the good times, nor the bad times.
    • 6. Be a Continuous Learner
    • Our team’s competitive advantage will be our ability to learn faster and change faster than our competition.
  • 9. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 7. Be Prepared To Sacrifice For The Team.
      • Stop looking out for #1.
      • Personal sacrifice is part of the price you pay for membership of a group, for team support and most importantly, for the trust of your teammates.
    • 8. Help New Teammates Make Entry.
      • Take them under your wing and get to know them.
      • Show them the “ropes.”
  • 10. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 9. Help Drive Discipline Into The Group.
    • Show superb self-discipline.
    • Hold yourself accountable for top-notch results.
    • Do what needs to be done .
    • Live within the rules.
    • Stick to the standards.
  • 11. Becoming a High Performance Team
    • 10. Make Sure You Make a Difference.
    • “ Essentially in life there are two actions: Performance or excuse. As a leader you must decide which you will accept from yourself and from those with whom you work”
  • 12. Business is a team sport…no one does it alone. Be a team player. Add value to the team.