Helping leaders and their teams become People of Influence
Planning your team’s return to the office / hybrid working?
How to lead a high-performing team in this phase The move back into the office is a fantastic opportunity to reset ways of working for the better. Talk to your team about this next phase, making sure you do the following things: Provide Clarity – Give your team a structured and considered report on the […]
For Team Leaders: Too many people, not enough time for 1 on 1s…
When working from home, it’s easy for leaders to feel that they need to personally check-in on everyone’s progress, while it’s easy for team members to wonder if others are being held accountable for their progress. Using accountability buddies builds personal connections and commitment within the team. It’s also positively correlated with team performance (Rashid, […]
How Can Remote Teams Use Current Challenges To Become More High Performing?
At a recent Peoplecorp event, we discussed key ways that remote teams can become more high-performing, even in these challenging times. We shared several high-leverage focus areas and practical suggestions that leaders and teams can implement immediately. Here are two strategies: Create shared accountability for team connection and team commitment. Don’t assume the leader should […]
The Master Key to Unlock Silos in Your Organisation
We all know that a group of high performing individuals is not enough to create a truly high performing team. Collaboration between those individuals is key. In the same vein, a collection of high performing teams is not enough to create a high performing organisation. Collaboration between teams is key. Without effective inter-team collaboration the dreaded […]
Why Your Team Will Never Become High Performing
Unless… There were only eleven of us. Huddled in an anonymous room located in the depths of the vast and winding labyrinth that is the Marina Bay Sands convention centre in Singapore. Eleven people in the centre of an oddly large room. Hunched over. Examining a graph projected on a screen. At this moment in […]