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  • High Performance Teams

    1. 1. High Performance Teams IKEA Mikael Trolle 16. October 2013
    2. 2. Mikael Trolle MSc. in Physical Education and Biology Technical director of Top Volleyball Denmark Consultant and Partner in High Performance Institute Coach and advisor for Danish Champions Holte IF Volleyball (1987-1996) Danish National Team Volleyball (1990-2003) The Royal Danish Ballet (since 2001-2004) TV Drama, Danish Television Channel One (since 2003-2006) Author of the book “Den Store Præstation” Scandinavia Airlines System, Novo Nordisk & Novozymes etc.
    3. 3. High Performance Institute - Our ILT™ concept INSPIRATION LEARNING TRAINING Inspiring individuals, teams and organisations to understand their own performance potential Learning individuals, teams and organisations how to develop their performance potential and capabilities Training individuals, teams and organisations to become high performing (a sustainable performance culture) Method Real-life cases, conclusions and reports presented by high performers Method Workshop based on analyses of actual challenges and how to cope. Facilitated by high-performers and HPI staff Method Targeted and structured consulting/coaching programs facilitated by high-performers and HPI staff
    4. 4. The Team Definition What kind of an team do we have? • Group or Team Teamdefinitions: • Performance team • High Performance team • Excellent team • Virtuoso team
    5. 5. The goal is to clear the crossbar. Performance lies in how the crossbar is cleared.
    6. 6. Baseline The High Performance Model Pitfalls Control Productivity Systematic Perfection Business PPC HIGH PERFORMANCE Innovation Persistence Sport Art CPP PPC Pitfalls Playful Arrogant Madness Imagination Pitfalls Stubborness Demanding Realistic
    7. 7. High Performance Team P1 P1 P2 P2 Development Development vs. elimination
    8. 8. The Performance House Performance TeamValues, Behavior, Rules, behavior Motivation, Engagement & Communication Values and attitude Leadership Management Leadership, Management and Coaching Coaching and communication Team Team The culture Roles, motivation and determination Roles, motivation anddetermination Framework The Field Organization, Setting and Planning Organization
    9. 9. Performance vs. Result
    10. 10. Deliberate Performance Performance Deliberate practice Practice Time
    11. 11. The Field We wish to create a performance and learning environment • Organizational and physical framework • Maximal presence, focus, reflection and feedback • Control of ”external pressure” • Create “Rooms” for Performance, Learning and Training The goal is to create framework for performance, development and training
    12. 12. The Team We want to create roles and relations through communication and maximal understanding • Define the team – select for the right roles • Roledefinition when everybody is present • Mutual understanding of ”the map” of the team • Roundtable interaction and mutual inspiration • Focus on ”the good plays” • Secure and preserve real teamspirit
    13. 13. The Management The teamleader sets the court and the cornerflags • The flags can be challenged by the team • The teammembers can not move the cornerflags • The court and roles should be defined, accepted and known by everybody in the team • Teammembers play on the court – not the coach. • The goal is to create mutual understanding - ”the meaning” and the ”grand will”
    14. 14. Performance
    15. 15. High Performance Flow Theory ® After Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi CHALLENGE High Anxiety Middle Worry Low Apathy Agitation Low FLOW ”FLOW” creates motivation throughout the entire process. Control Relaxation Boredom Middle High SKILL
    16. 16. Performance and engagement Performance requires engagement .... Job satisfaction doesn ’t create performance by itself .... Engagement is characterized as (Gallup): • understanding what role you have. • understanding what is expected. • being able to do one’s best. • committing to doing what is expected. • feeling valued and acknowledged.
    17. 17. The High Performance Team Member The excellent and attractive leader or team member: • Looks at himself as a coach, educator and developer. • Has high professional and personal skills. • Committed for the long term focusing on the process. • Looks at himself as part of the team – together we win. • Values people and their differences. • Loves his sport and his work as coach to others. • Human and therefore ready to admit his errors. • Trustworthy, firm and focusing on the goal. Acknowledges the individual’s need for: • Balance, role, development and understanding of values.
    18. 18. ”Life is a game of inches” Performance Coaching Any Given Sunday Al Pacino, actor