1 edition of The High Performance Team Set found in the catalog.
The High Performance Team Set
Richard Y. Chang
December 11, 2001
by Jossey Bass Wiley
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||424|
A high performance mindset is one that is authentic to you — and at the same time is optimal for a specific circumstance. Intentional thoughts are the foundation of a high performance mindset. What you say to yourself matters. The repetition and consistency of those thoughts turn into thought patterns. At the base of every successful company and high performance team are people and the magic they create when they work together successfully. Developing your team dynamic is just as important as individual performance development. Even the word company is “human” in essence it’s really all about the company we : Alison Robins.
This combination seemed to have a multiplying effect—not only were these “High Performance Teams” (HPTs) more effective, but most of the folks involved in the teams were actually having fun. As I learned and applied some of these common themes, more and more teams were able to transition to this level of all-around performance. Lyssa referred in her book: ´ “metaphors” are a core skill that is taught in professional coaching courses.´ This is exactly what High-Performance Tree is, a metaphor to help teams to create a compelling vision for themselves; a way to create a path that leads to High-Performance teams.
High-Performance Teams establish relatively more aggressive and ambitious performance goals for the team members as compared to the usual teams. All the team members are motivated for delivering excellence in performance by meeting the challenging goals and have a more profound passion for the achievement of the mission collectively. Creating a high performance team also counts on you empowering and trusting your team and not trying to micro-manage every aspect of their work. This type of approach leads to mutual respect and will motivate most individuals in your team to perform to a high standard. Creating a high performance team takes time and energy on your part.
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A High Performance Team. We all want one or want to be a part of one. This book tells you how to develop one. It begins by developing a Mission Statement and Vision Statement, discusses how to communicate the goals and objectives, and then discusses techniques for achieving the necessary buy-in from the team.
I am a mid-level by: Featuring dozens of case examples and a detailed template for translating plans into action, High Performance Teams shows you how to: prepare the organization, select team leaders and members, set goals, accelerate development times, overcome obstacles, and measure results.5/5(5).
Featuring dozens of case examples and a detailed template for translating plans into action, High Performance Teams shows you how to: prepare the organization, select team leaders and members, set goals, accelerate development times, overcome obstacles, and measure results.5/5(4).
Creating the High Performance Team book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An adaptation of Wilson's popular seminar, providing pr 3/5(14).
In High Performing Team Coaching: A Comprehensive System for Leaders and Coaches, Dr. Jacqueline Peters and Dr. Catherine Carr have produced one of the the most comprehensive frameworks for team coaching.
The book illuminates the key components that drive interventions with a team/5(13). High Performance Team Books. prepare the organization, select team leaders and members, set goals, accelerate development times, overcome obstacles, and measure results. Including an extensive bibliography and glossary of key terms and concepts, High Performance Teams will become an indispensable resource for business executives and owners.
What distinguishes high-performance teams from other groups is that a team is more than a collection of people simply following orders.
To function effectively, a high-performance team also needs: A deep sense of purpose and commitment to the team's members and to the mission. Relatively more ambitious performance goals than average teams.
Mutual accountability and a clear understanding of. The definition of High Performance team & how it differs from traditional work groups The three elements of High Performance teams Four Types of teams The stages of team development Develop a team charter Clarify roles & expectations Understand team “styles” and File Size: KB.
Produce Commitment Based Teamwork – High-performance teams understand and embody the specific set of commitments that are the foundation for an authentic team. Simply stated, the basis for a solid team is not a set of techniques you can get from a book; but a set of commitments that come from the heart.
These commitments generate the. Books shelved as team-building: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni, The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Th.
Not surprisingly then, top-team performance is a timeless business preoccupation. (See sidebar “Cutting through the clutter of management advice,” which lists top-team performance as one of the top ten business topics of the past 40 years, as discussed in our book, Leading Organizations: Ten Timeless Truths.).
1. Team Leaders Inspire More Than They Drive. High-performance teams are more pull than push. Leaders in high-performance teams know how to create energy and enthusiasm in the : Joseph Folkman. LEVEL-UP YOUR TEAM LEADERSHIP SKILLS. Invest in the story but stay for the discussion, where you gain a treasure chest of ready-made resources to immediately impact team-performance.
UNLOCK THE CODE TO MAKING HIGH-PERFORMANCE TEAMS WORK. The two most important days in your career are the day you get promoted into leadership and the day you find out WHY. Come inside to /5(29). During our Team Leadership class this week we discussed the 4 C's to highly performing teams according to the book: "Team Building" by W.
Gibb Dyer. They are Context2. Composition3. Competencies4. ChangeBeginning with context, it is important to understand the environment in which teams must work together. In order to understand the environment, one must. High-Performance Teams identify with the team and are proud of it.
This sense of pride is due, in part, to the personal efforts that each team member has invested in moving towards High Performance.
Identity forms an important part of one’s own self-perception and may even be more powerful than company or industry Identity. No team arises without a performance challenge that is meaningful to those involved.
A common set of demanding performance goals that a group considers important to achieve will lead, most of the time, to both performance and team.
Performance, however, is the primary objective while a team remains the means, not the end. Give the Gift of a High-Performance Mindset This Year Looking for the perfect gift for the elite-minded swimmer in your life.
This mental training book will give the best gift of all--faster swimming. "The High Performance Teams Program has enabled my school to have a clear vision and set of actions for moving from good to great!" JANELLE GROVES, PRINCIPAL "The High Performance Teams Program was the platform for our leadership team to.
part of a real team and even less in high performance teams. In his classic, Wisdom of Teams, J. Katzenbach, defines a team as: A small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.
Pretending to be in High Performance TeamsFile Size: KB. Pete's big goal is to ensure that 'every team in every school across Australia is a High Performance Team!' Over the last 3 years, Pete has worked with education leaders across schools supporting teaching and non-teaching staff implementing the High Performance Teams Program.
The comprehensive team assessment taken prior to the event supports the learning and pinpoints specific data about the inner workings and overall health of the participants’ teams. High-Performance Teamwork is based on extensive and ongoing research and our book, The Team Approach: With Teamwork Anything Is Possible, which was written by.
Author Stephen Robbins in the book titled ‘Essentials of Organizational Behaviour’ writes that high-performing teams are characterised by the following commonalities.
Tend to be small sized teams; Team members have three different types of skills, a) Technical, b) Problem solving and decision making, c) Interpersonal skills. What is a High Performance Team? There are so many definitions out there, but we all agree that HPT’s outperform their peers, even if they have fewer resources.
Where the definitions differ is over semantics: do team members share the organization’s goals or will they still be successful when they disagree with them?