Team Goal Setting Workshop

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Tips on how to set goals with your Team.

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Team Goal Setting Workshop

  1. 1. Team Development Goal Setting Workshop
  2. 2. Outcome from today’s session • Understand the Team strategic priorities for the coming year; • Understand our Department priorities for the year; • Agree on how our team can support the achievement of these priorities; • Set Team Priorities to be used as our goals going forward; and • Improve clarity about team purpose, roles and responsibilities.
  3. 3. Importance of Team Clarity • Having clear goals provides us with greater motivation, direction and enhances our performance; • Links us with organisational objectives and our customer needs; • Provides a way of connecting with other teams; and • Enable us to have shared expectations and values as team members.
  4. 4. Team Development Team goals are aligned with organisational goals Team identifies when and how to integrate its work Strong relationships are developed with team stakeholders and customers Teaming skills are improved Individual & Team Development
  5. 5. Process Of Cascading KRAs Strategy Formation “What are the company’s business objectives?” Business Requirements “What must the Business Unit deliver to enable the team objectives to be met?” Department/Team Alignment “Given these strategies, what must we deliver to enable the business to achieve its goals?” Detailed Work Plans “How can I influence the deliverables being met?”
  6. 6. Why look at the Leadership Team and general IT objectives? The below diagram represents how the team goals link the individual with organisation objectives. Without this synergy, neither party can achieve their respective goals. Team goals and objectives Department s goals and objectives Department KRAs Individual KRAs Consolidated performance requirements of the business The few most important performance drivers for the team, department, function or business Objectives are meaningful and actionable
  7. 7. Role of Leadership in Team Goals Leadership plays a key role in linking team goals to organisational objectivesDrive Creates Translates
  8. 8. The SMART principle of Goal Setting
  9. 9. Team Vision-Mission-Goals: Activity • Based on our review of organisational and department goals, use the worksheets to note down your thoughts on: – Our team vision (where we want to go); – Our team mission (our current objectives); and – Our team goals (to achieve our mission and work towards our vision). • Split into three groups and collate the team’s thoughts on flipcharts.
  10. 10. Team Vision-Mission-Goals: Activity • Review team thoughts in group to build consensus, using the following criteria:
  11. 11. Developing our Team • Once goals are clarified, the team can identify relevant strengths and development needs to ensure we behave in ways that support our goals. • Activity: Belbin Team Style – Profiles individuals and identifies the natural role we assume within teams; – ‘Diagnostic’ approach to provide insight into the way we work with each other and how we can become more effective as a team; – Complete the Belbin Team Style Inventory to identify your typical ‘team role/s’; and – Discuss within the group.
  12. 12. Action Steps for Our Team
  13. 13. Outcomes from Team Goal Setting • Alignment of team goals and team work with business strategy and goals; • Greater commitment of members to team objectives; • Processes and practices established to improve the team’s work and outcomes; • Team members’ skills developed to expand capabilities in a meaningful way; • Strong relationships developed with leadership, team sponsors, customers and stakeholders; and • Organisational sponsorship and vision supporting the team.
  14. 14. Finally…. Revise clear goals or vision to keep a teamRevise clear goals or vision to keep a team moving;moving; Evolving teams (changing views, values andEvolving teams (changing views, values and skills), constantly review team goals; andskills), constantly review team goals; and Constant revision and communication toConstant revision and communication to move and change with the organisation.move and change with the organisation.
  15. 15. COLLECTIVE.LEADER@GMAIL.COM +61 432 485427 Contact Ms Kylie Prince Corporate Psychologist The Collective Leadership Organization

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