I recently wrote a piece detailing the benefits of using a team charter based on a Neuroscience tool. Here is a case study with a team I worked with that became a high-performing team just by adding a team charter into their practices!
In this recent blog post, I shared a compilation of research on how leadership is changing. A trend was very evident that leaders are being expected to demonstrate a collaborative and empathetic leadership style. Leadership trends are evidence of changes usually driven for a reason.
Most of us will fill many moments in the last days of December examining how well we did on our business and personal goals. Typical questions we will ask ourselves:
Is your team experiencing any of these themes?
2015 is in the home stretch.
Whether you are ahead of plan or struggling to catch up, you have one month to get the most out of you and your team’s performance.
Is our modern world of always-on, way-to-much-to do making it tougher than ever for your team to function effectively, especially in meetings?
IS YOUR TEAM UNDER STRESS?
The following is another lesson from my coaching play book about a leader whose team was highly successful in achieving their targets yet he received a low leadership rating in his annual performance review. Keep your team in mind when creating your personal leadership development plan.
Consider this dismal statistic:
According to Korn Ferry Institute leadership development researcher Robert Eichinger: "the ability to “grow talent” is ranked 67th out of 67 competencies for managers.” This confirms that developing your team is not as easy as the many other things you do as a leader.
The following are 4 ideas that I have seen work best when you want to develop a high performing team.