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Building A Strong Team


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A strong business requires building and nurturing a strong team. Creating an environment in which the whole (team) is greater than the sum of its parts (individuals) is a great philosophy, but how do you make it happen? In this webinar, hosted by TVCNet and Consilio, we will discuss a set of tools to help you build synergy in your team, while embracing individuality at the same time.

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Building A Strong Team

  1. 1. Building a Strong Team
  2. 2. Who is Your Team • Anyone that serves your customers • Anyone that serves your common purpose • Anyone with whom you live
  3. 3. Essentials 1. Trusted leaders 2. Common purpose 3. Embrace conflict 4. Accountable and committed 5. Results focus 6. Diversity
  4. 4. Tool #1: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team • Only five things which keeps it simple • Leader is responsible for the foundation • Pays attention to both the soft and hard sides of strong teams
  5. 5. The Five Dysfunctions of Team
  6. 6. Values are relative
  7. 7. Seek diversity rather than similarity Seek Diversity Source: New Jersey Resources (NJR).
  8. 8. Tool #2: Strengthsfinder 2.0 • Focus is on using your top 5 strengths. • Your lifelong behaviors start to make sense. • Moves you closer to your passions. • Blend your team using the 34 themes.
  9. 9. Strengthsfinder in Action Strengthsfinder in Action ACTIVATOR Just does it. STRATEGIC The planner WOO Wins others over SUMMARY SUMMARY SUMMARY Movement oriented. Doesn’t “The Planner”. Macro view. Icebreaker. Energizer bunny. wait until all lights are green. Visionary. Intuitive. Sees Extroverted. Love comes Iterative. Thinks while acting. patterns. Anticipates easily. Great host. GOOD PAIRING: Strategic GOOD PAIRING: Activator GOOD PAIRING: Relator Shadow: Impatient Shadow: Paralysis Shadow: Long-winded
  10. 10. Tool #3: Persogenics • Revolutionize your business from the inside out. • Four basic communication patterns: Dominant, Expressive, Analytical, and Amiable
  11. 11. Case Study: Franklin Building Supply
  12. 12. Where do you start?
  13. 13. Monkey see, monkey do Monkey see, monkey do. Model the behavior you want to see.
  14. 14. Q&A