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Using the world’s most popular game of football as a highly visual and recognisable analogy for the best techniques and philosophies in team management and motivation that can be transferred to the …

Using the world’s most popular game of football as a highly visual and recognisable analogy for the best techniques and philosophies in team management and motivation that can be transferred to the commercial world.
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  • 1. Training Options
  • 2. “How do world class football coaches mentor and train their teams to perform to the best of their ability that our corporate managers find very difficult to emulate in the commercial world?”
  • 3. Dream Team Concept & Principles Every dream team should have the following:  Each team member understands the role they play within the team  Each team member can state the overall objective of the team
  • 4. Programme Objective The Key Programme Objective for each session is… “...To provide an opportunity for individuals to review and evaluate how they manage teams, against key FP-TB principles, to maximise their team’s operational effectiveness...”
  • 5. Training Methodology •The training is designed to practice the participants in using world-class football team management philosophies •Highly interactive to ensure understanding and implementation in the real workplace •Delegates will generate: ✓ The actions they are going to implement in their new team strategies ✓ The outcomes they are expecting to achieve with their teams ✓ The techniques they will use to motivate their team ✓ The focus for the team ✓ The engagement strategy for the team ✓ The action plans that need to be put in place to achieve the desired aims ✓ A plan to measure the success of their team
  • 6. Why Attend? What you will gain ✓ Insight: into how top football coaches manage their teams ✓ Belief: that you have the tools to focus and manage your teams ✓ Evaluation: acquire the skills to evaluate team members according to a number common characteristics ✓ Understanding: how a top class football coach manages the pressures of keeping his team at the top of their game ✓ Excitement: to use these methodologies within your own teams What you will learn ✓ Teams: How to look at teams from a diverse, exciting angle ✓ Team Management: How to manage your team using top football coaching techniques ✓ Goal Setting: How to set new visions and goals for your team ✓ Measurement: How to measure, evaluate and appraise team performance ✓ Talent Advancement: How to ensure that all talent is respected and given its due recognition
  • 7. Grass Roots - 3 Hour Programme “...To provide delegates with an introduction to the ‘From Pitch To Boardroom’ principles and to explore their application in a risk-free setting...” Session Objectives Agenda  An introduction to the ethos and principles behind the FP-TB story.  Designed to raise interest and stimulate conversation about what future work could (and ultimately should) be undertaken with ‘real’ teams in organisations.  The fun, inter-active, tactics board mimics team issues in organisational life. Albeit this ‘taster’ version is played in a shortened format  Introduction  Dream Team Concept  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Initial Round  Principles Overview  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Round 2  Programme Summary, Close & Next Steps
  • 8. Premier League Discovery 1 Day Programme “...To provide an opportunity for business leadership teams ( entire or in part) to review their operational effectiveness against 2 pre-determined FP-TB principles...” Session Objectives Attended by business leadership teams (entire or in part). Some diagnostics work will be undertaken, by means of a questionnaire and interviews, to establish the ‘pinch-points’ which need to be addressed in order to move the team towards working as a Dream Team. Using the findings from the questionnaire to focus on 2 of the principles which are seen as the priority areas. Agenda  Introduction  Dream Team Concept  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Initial Round  Questionnaire Review  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Round 2  Principles 1 and 2  Facilitated Session  Programme Summary, Close & Next Steps
  • 9. Premier League Reflection 1 Day Programme “...To provide an opportunity for business leadership teams ( entire or in part) to explore all of the FP-TB principles ahead of identifying one or two key team issues to work on during the session and within the organisation…” Session Objectives  Delegates receive the training philosophy inspired by the management of top football teams for creating that “Dream Team” including an essential understanding of the 5 Principles.  Study of case files, exploring the parallels between football and business managers, inter – active activities where delegates will identify potential strategies for improved performance.  Concluding with a short facilitated session that identifies your own real team priorities. Agenda  Introduction  Dream Team Concept  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Initial Round  Overview of the 5 Principles  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Round 2  Principles 1 and 2  Facilitated Session  Programme Summary, Close & Next Steps
  • 10. Champions League 2 Day Programme “...To provide an opportunity for individuals to review, evaluate, practice and test their management of their teams to maximise operational effectiveness against key FP-TB principles...” Day One Agenda  Introductions & Programme Welcome  Business Simulation: Tactics Board Round 1  Dream Team Principles & Concepts  Principle 1: The myth of Self Sufficiency  Principle 2: Delivering Marginal Gains  Business Simulation: Tactics Board Round 2  Principle 3: Managing Substitution effectively  Business Simulation: Tactics Board Round 3  Day One Summary and Q&A Day Two Agenda  Day 1 Learning Review & Day Two Agenda  Principle 4: Unifying Culture  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Round 4  Principle 5: Promoting effective Communication  Business Simulation: Tactics Board: Round 5  Business Application - Facilitated Session  Programme Summary, Close & Next Steps
  • 11. Dream Team Concept & Principles What makes a dream team?     Football managers have to enthuse others with the vision Football managers have to work with limited resources Football managers have to demonstrate leadership (role models) Football managers have to understand player motivations Business managers have to do the same
  • 12. Dream Team - The 5 key Principles Dream teams are created when all 5 principles are brought into play: Principle 1: The Myth of Self Sufficiency  The belief that reliance on one person is solely responsible for delivering performance - It’s a myth!  Top class teams know how to harness star players to play for the team  They work together as a team to create situations where the star player can excel Principle 2: Delivering Marginal Gains  Marginal gains is all about 1%  The tiny things which add up to make a significant difference  Great teams and team managers leverage that 1%
  • 13. Dream Team - The 5 key Principles Principle 3: Managing Substitution effectively  The (often incorrect) assumption is that the manager always selects the right team for the right task and the team selected will get them and the manager through to the final whistle  The strategic use of substitutes and squad dynamics has a key part to play Principle 4: Unifying Culture  Managers have to be more aware of cultural differences and be cognisant of the diversity that each individual brings to the team effort  Embracing diversity and cultural differences in teams Principle 5: Promoting effective Communication  It seems an obvious principle, yet in football the need to communicate clearly, at speed, to different people in a rapidly changing situation requires skill.  Business is no different!
  • 14. An example of the tools we use: Team Dynamics
  • 15. An example of the tools we use: The Problem Solving Matrix Information Skill Belief Well-Being Other People Motivation Time Money Fear
  • 16. An example of the tools we use: Inter–Active tactics board
  • 17. Business Application - Facilitated Session Session Focus:  This is a 2 hour facilitated session for attendees to start to work on whatever team issues are appropriate for them  Small syndicate groups , where the composition is driven by a variety of factors, e.g.  Delegates working in the same team / sharing the same manager  Working in the same organisation  Have similar issues to discuss  The facilitators are around to help you with your conversations and discussions  Typical outputs could include:  Revised dream team gap analysis  Team role definitions, communications plan and team training plan  Stakeholder analysis
  • 18. 4 Vital Questions 1) What is the vision for your team? 2) How do you know that your team understands and shares your vision? 3) What drives your individual team members? 4) How do you use their individual drivers to support the team and its performance? The answers should be on the tip of your tongue