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High Performance Team Zone

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In today’s competitive marketplace and challenging economy, keeping your teams motivated and leaders focused is more important than ever. Learn the tools, strategy, and inspiration to excel your …

In today’s competitive marketplace and challenging economy, keeping your teams motivated and leaders focused is more important than ever. Learn the tools, strategy, and inspiration to excel your teams. Techniques that inspire teams and motivate leaders. Facilitation to take your meeting to the next level.

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  • 1. High Performance Team Zone Presented by: Scott Kress
  • 2. Drill Sergeant Introduction
    • Scott Kress
    • HBOR, BSc, MA
    • President of Summit Training & Frontier Team Building
    • EMBA Professor
    • Trainer
    • Facilitator
    • Keynote speaker
  • 3. Session Objectives
    • Brain physiology 101
    • Team foundation model
    • Team development stages
    • High performance thinking
    • Application to teams and events
  • 4. ICE BREAKER
  • 5.  
  • 6. Question
    • What purpose does this activity serve?
  • 7. Alpha
  • 8. Brain Science Application
    • Interrupt: Getting interaction partner(s) to pay attention (Snap out of Alpha into Beta )
    • Engage: The message is compelling or interesting enough that the mind stays in Beta .
    • Educate: Give the person enough information that they feel they fully understand and can take action.
  • 9. TOOL CARD
  • 10. KEY INSIGHT
  • 11. APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION TEAM & EVETN
  • 12. TEAM FOUNDATION
  • 13.  
  • 14. The Fist of Five
  • 15. TOOL CARD
  • 16. TEAM DEVELOPMENT
  • 17. Team Development
    • What made this exercise so difficult?
    • What led you to success?
    • What group dynamics did you observe?
  • 18. Team Development
  • 19. Forming Characteristics of Stage : Polite, impersonal, watchful, guarded, testing rules. Goal: Get to know one another, share vision, learn task and roles, learn what skills and tools will be needed to do Job. Actions: Listen, seek clarification, ask questions, socialize, build relationships, learn personal and company history, learn org charts, explore. Learn vision, mission and values.
  • 20. storming Characteristics of Stage: Difficulties, conflict, confrontation, feeling stuck, lack of team commitment Goal: Learn how to deal with stress and conflict, how to stay motivated and one team during rough times Actions: Seek first to understand and then to be understood, flex personal style, inquire first advocate later, think win/win
  • 21. Norming Characteristics of Stage: Organized, develop skills, give feedback, establish procedures Goal: Focus on performance improvement through skill development and relationship enhancement Actions: Coach each other, seek out personal development opportunities, work together to set standards
  • 22. Performing Characteristics of Stage: Open, supportive, flexible, high morale, strong skills, fun Goal: Continue to grow, learn and evolve. Constant attention is required to maintain high performance Action: Celebrate success, discover what inspires, continue to seek out development opportunities, seek new challenges, look to the future
  • 23. Adjourning Characteristics of Stage: Ending, loss, excitement, change Goal: celebrate success, prepare to move to next assignment Action: Closure meetings & interviews
  • 24. Team Development
    • What stage of development is your team in?
  • 25. TOOL CARD
  • 26. KEY INSIGHT
  • 27. APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION TEAM & EVETN
  • 28. HIGH PERFORMANCE THINKING
  • 29. Brainstorming
    • Quantity counts at this stage
    • Talk briefly
    • Defer judgment…let the ideas flow
    • Encourage wild and crazy ideas
    • Build on the ideas of others
    • Have FUN!
  • 30. TOOL CARD
  • 31. High Performance
    • What happened?
    • What contributed to improvement?
    • What behaviours created conditions for full participation and engagement?
  • 32. KEY INSIGHT
  • 33. APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION TEAM & EVETN
  • 34. OVERALL KEY INSIGHT
  • 35. APPLICATION APPLICATION APPLICATION TEAM & EVETN
  • 36. Personal Action Plan
    • Start
    • Stop
    • Sustain
  • 37. Thank you Scott Kress [email_address] 905-257-8326 www.linkedIn.com/in/scottkress