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Practical Management Skills       Webinar Series How to Build and Lead High    Performance Teams
Organiser: Ann Halloran MIITD MCIPDManaging Director: In-TuitionEstablished 1989Supporting all business sectors by• Creati...
Presenter: David GrundyMD : InTuit Achievements•   Chartered Management Accountant•   Business and Leadership Coach•   40+...
This Webinar is for        • Team Leaders/Managers        • Team Members/Players        • Business/ Not for Profits/      ...
Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, ...
What is a Team?• “a work practice based on the use of teams, or groups of    limited numbers of people, who have shared ob...
What is a Team? “A group of people , all working together for a       common goal to agreed standards”Source: Dave Grundy ...
Q: What teams are   you currently    involved in?
Team Characteristics?• Understand the bigger  picture• Has common goals  and TRAMS objectives• Works collaboratively,  as ...
Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, ...
How is it for you?          • Start day with a To Do            List          • Priority Incoming!          • Urgent Deadl...
A Competent Team Builder and Leader• Promotes  understanding• Ensures the team has  adequate knowledge• Facilitates effect...
Building Blocks for the Leader                 • Builds rapport                 • Earns trust                 • Sets agree...
QUESTIONS?
Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, ...
Situation• Public Sector Organisation £160M Budget  Capital and Revenue• 5 Programmes• 50 + Activities• 1000’s of Projects...
SituationInattention to                     • Forecasting confidence   Results             low                     • Disco...
Task• To improve financial  spend forecasting• To maximise use of  financial resources  available• To improve  communicati...
Action: Active Change Management                • Management Team                • Programme and Project                  ...
Result• The budget was balanced within 0.5%• More projects delivered• The reputation of the organisation grew with  our st...
Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, ...
Be a STAR at Interview/ Briefing• Situation• Task• Action• Results
Team Builder Model             Create            Rapport              BuildInspire                   Earn Trust          R...
Create Direction, Clarity and Focus              Team Vision               Statement              Team Charter            ...
Manage Performance and Communicate• Arrange regular 1:1s• Guide the team• Encourage the team to  gather evidence of good  ...
Example Powerful High Impact Questions?1. How does this team measure   its success?2. What are the unspoken rules   and ri...
Some Recommended Reading• The E-Myth Revisited  Michael E Gerber  Why small businesses don’t work and what to do about it•...
QUESTIONS?
A Special Thank You!Download:Business Growing Pains and    How to Avoid Them      Free (normally £13)    The first 13 will...
• Dave Grundy• Business Support Specialist, Coach and  Mentor• Tuit Achievements Ltd• 00 44 1733 210464• david@tuitachieve...
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Join us on our latest webinar presentation with guest speaker, Dave Grundy. Dave has enjoyed a varied and interesting career spanning military, public and private sectors and a breadth of organisations, including SMEs.

A common thread in his work has been creating clarity from chaos, developing high performance teams and delivering results that impact on organisations and their employees.

Dave works with Leaders, Managers, Supervisors and Teams to develop and improve organisational and personal performance.

This webinar presentation will help you:

1. Gain clarity and focus on the characteristics of a winning team

2. Identify the role and competences needed to be an effective team leader

3. Learn great, high impact questions to ask in organisations

as well as providing lots of practical and simple tools based on experience and learning.

“We could all use a little coaching. When you’re playing the game, it’s hard to think of everything.” JIM ROHN

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  1. 1. Practical Management Skills Webinar Series How to Build and Lead High Performance Teams
  2. 2. Organiser: Ann Halloran MIITD MCIPDManaging Director: In-TuitionEstablished 1989Supporting all business sectors by• Creating a learning culture• Providing new perspectives for managers and team leadersWebsites:http://www.practical-management-skills.comhttp://www.in-tuition.ie
  3. 3. Presenter: David GrundyMD : InTuit Achievements• Chartered Management Accountant• Business and Leadership Coach• 40+ years in finance and business support• Experience in Military, Public and Private sectorsResource site:http://www.tuitachievements.com 3
  4. 4. This Webinar is for • Team Leaders/Managers • Team Members/Players • Business/ Not for Profits/ Public Sector • Alliances/Partnerships • Those seeking to develop their skills • Anyone building or growing a team
  5. 5. Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, Tips and Techniques that really work5. An invitation to explore
  6. 6. What is a Team?• “a work practice based on the use of teams, or groups of limited numbers of people, who have shared objectives at work and who co-operate, on a permanent or temporary basis, to achieve those objectives in a way that allows each individual to make a distinctive contribution”.Source: CIPDOr / ………………….
  7. 7. What is a Team? “A group of people , all working together for a common goal to agreed standards”Source: Dave Grundy Tuit Achievements
  8. 8. Q: What teams are you currently involved in?
  9. 9. Team Characteristics?• Understand the bigger picture• Has common goals and TRAMS objectives• Works collaboratively, as a unit
  10. 10. Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, Tips and Techniques that really work5. An invitation to explore
  11. 11. How is it for you? • Start day with a To Do List • Priority Incoming! • Urgent Deadlines? • Staff issues and support! • Key Customer problem! • Carry forward To Do List to tomorrow
  12. 12. A Competent Team Builder and Leader• Promotes understanding• Ensures the team has adequate knowledge• Facilitates effective interaction
  13. 13. Building Blocks for the Leader • Builds rapport • Earns trust • Sets agreed goals and objectives • Challenges • Motivates and inspires Careful with criticism, liberal with praise
  14. 14. QUESTIONS?
  15. 15. Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, Tips and Techniques that really work5. An invitation to explore
  16. 16. Situation• Public Sector Organisation £160M Budget Capital and Revenue• 5 Programmes• 50 + Activities• 1000’s of Projects• Multiple Teams• Failing to meet forecast
  17. 17. SituationInattention to • Forecasting confidence Results low • Disconnect between Avoidance ofAccountability Programme and Project Officers and Finance Lack ofCommitment • Failing to maximise on delivery Fear of Conflict Absence of Trust
  18. 18. Task• To improve financial spend forecasting• To maximise use of financial resources available• To improve communication between finance and other departments
  19. 19. Action: Active Change Management • Management Team • Programme and Project Officers • Programme Monitors • Finance Team
  20. 20. Result• The budget was balanced within 0.5%• More projects delivered• The reputation of the organisation grew with our stakeholders• The finance team felt valued and respected
  21. 21. Agenda1. Characteristics of a Winning Team2. Team Leader Role and Competences3. A True Story4. Powerful and Simple Tools, Tips and Techniques that really work5. An invitation to explore
  22. 22. Be a STAR at Interview/ Briefing• Situation• Task• Action• Results
  23. 23. Team Builder Model Create Rapport BuildInspire Earn Trust Relationships Motivate
  24. 24. Create Direction, Clarity and Focus Team Vision Statement Team Charter Team Goals and Objectives Individual Goals and Objectives
  25. 25. Manage Performance and Communicate• Arrange regular 1:1s• Guide the team• Encourage the team to gather evidence of good performance• Give constructive feedback
  26. 26. Example Powerful High Impact Questions?1. How does this team measure its success?2. What are the unspoken rules and rituals of this team?3. How does this team make decisions?4. What are the key characteristics of the best team you have ever worked in?
  27. 27. Some Recommended Reading• The E-Myth Revisited Michael E Gerber Why small businesses don’t work and what to do about it• Know me, Like me, Follow me Penny Power refresh your thinking about social media, think connections• You can have what you want Michael Neill ‘The finest success coach in the world today. Buy this book –it will change your life!’ – Paul McKenna
  28. 28. QUESTIONS?
  29. 29. A Special Thank You!Download:Business Growing Pains and How to Avoid Them Free (normally £13) The first 13 will receive a special offer 1:1 session Go to www.tuitachievements.com
  30. 30. • Dave Grundy• Business Support Specialist, Coach and Mentor• Tuit Achievements Ltd• 00 44 1733 210464• david@tuitachievements.com• www.tuitachievements.com• Follow me on Linkedin, Twitter @tuitdoit
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