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Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
Become a Team of Choice
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Become a Team of Choice

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Becoming a Team of Choice is more important than ever in a tight talent market. Here is a process to consider.

Becoming a Team of Choice is more important than ever in a tight talent market. Here is a process to consider.

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  • 1. Imagine Becoming… A Team Of
  • 2. Imagine A Team Where...
    • Everyone knows the goal
    • Members work cooperatively to achieve results
    • Creativity is respected
    • New and better ways are consistently sought out
    • People value their team membership and rarely leave for other opportunities
    • The commitment to success is obvious
  • 3. C heck Start by knowing where you are...
  • 4. Check
    • Understand your organization’s goals
    • Understand job responsibilities and have the skills to perform
    • Trust each other and provide help where needed
    • Deal with conflict appropriately and use it to create positive change
    • Share information openly and freely with each other
    • Know the expectations for performance
    • Use time well and solve problems effectively
    Use a Team Check-up to learn if team members...
  • 5. H ear Find out why you are where you are and how to chart a course into the future...
  • 6.
    • Provide the results of the assessment to all team members
    • Use a SWOT exercise to get all points of view and discover ideas to move the team forward
    • Create a preferred future based on everyone’s input
    • Develop a follow-up plan and put it into action
    Hear Get the team together to review the Team Check-Up
  • 7. O pen Build a human infrastructure that will support your future...
  • 8.
    • Identify everyone’s communications style within the DISC model of behavior
    • Create awareness of individual style and its impact on the team
    • Show how to adapt personal styles and open communication
    • Build the elements of trust- Congruence, Reliability, Openness and Acceptance
    Open Map the communication patterns of the team
  • 9.
    • Develop listening as a key skill in communication with internal and external customers
    • Expand the ability to express ideas, feelings and goals in a way that strengthens the team
    • Help people learn more about each other while they build trust
    • Encourage responsibility and appropriate control of emotions
    • Link personal goals and values to the purpose of the team
    Open Further Provide guided exploration of interpersonal communication through Adventures in Attitudes ®
  • 10. I nvolve Provide reasons for team membership...
  • 11.
    • Identify each person’s strength as a Creator, Advancer, Refiner or Executor
    • Provide practice solving problems or developing new products, services or procedures using these roles
    • Experience total involvement with a 30 day idea campaign to reduce costs or increase customer satisfaction
    Involve Equip people to embrace and participate in change
  • 12. C heck Again Create a feedback culture to keep the team process dynamic...
  • 13.
    • Revisit the Team Check-Up and compare results to original assessment
    • Use 360 Feedback to assess individual team member or team leader behavior
    • Conduct customer satisfaction surveys (internal and external)
    • Introduce an Individual Development Planning process to set and achieve goals
    Check Again Assess the organization and its members to measure progress and build skills
  • 14. E nrich Tap the depths of human synergy...
  • 15.
    • As the process continues, offer additional opportunities to strengthen the relationships between:
      • Sales reps and prospects with Sales Training
      • Employees and customers with Customer Service Training
      • Supervisors and employees with Management Development
      • All members of the team with Team Building
    Enrich Take the learning deeper and deeper while expanding the potential of the team
  • 16. Imagine Becoming… A Team Of
  • 17. A Typical Plan How a typical organization would implement the Team of CHOICE process
  • 18. Phase 1 The Team Checkup
    • Orientation Session
    • Overview of the Team Checkup process
    • Completion of Relationship Profile (DISC)
  • 19. Phase 1 The Team Checkup
    • First Town Meeting
    • Results of Team Checkup are discussed
    • DISC Profiles are reviewed
    • Strengths/weaknesses of team are identified using SWOT exercise
    • Ground rules are developed
  • 20. Phase 1 The Team Checkup
    • Second Town Meeting
    • Team strengths & weaknesses are analyzed
    • Team members develop a list of possible goals
    • Ground rules reviewed
  • 21. Phase 1 The Team Checkup
    • Third Town Meeting
    • Team goals are selected
    • Action plans created for achieving goals
    • Team members commit to ground rules and action plan
  • 22. Phase 1 The Team Checkup
    • Optional Team Meeting
    • Advanced session on DISC model to build trust among team members
  • 23. Phase 2 Building The Team Approach
    • Introduce the Adventures In Attitudes ® Program
      • 10 basic modules plus specific team selections:
        • Relationship Strategies - advanced DISC
        • Time Mastery
        • Stress Management
        • Leadership
        • Innovation
  • 24. Phase 3 Walking The Talk
    • 360 Feedback Assessment as required
      • Peer review of ground rule adherence among team members
      • Feedback to team leader on leadership skills
  • 25. Phase 4 Continuous Improvement
    • Ongoing team member development in skills identified by earlier phases of the process
      • Sales Training
      • Customer Service Training
      • Management Development
      • Team Coaching
      • Team Leader Coaching
    • Select from a wide variety of programs, products and services to meet your team’s unique needs
  • 26. Become A Team of CHOICE!

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