High Performing Teams

It seems all teams want to achieve ‘High Performance’

High Performing Teams know they perform well because their measure their performance. The challenge for most teams is they set off on the journey without a benchmark for their current performance level.

Most teams contain some level of dysfunctionality…unless this is resolved High Performance is simply a pipe dream.

Our preferred process for this quest is to use Lencioni’s Framework: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

How do you achieve a High Performing Team?

Let’s put first things first, before you achieve high performance you better have a benchmark for where your performance is now. Our preferred model for this Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team. This gives the focus of where to make improvements.

We have used this on many assignments and typically find that Fear of Conflict and an Avoidance of Accountability are the biggest hurdles that teams have to overcome. Hence, why we have developed the processes we have.

Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team
High Performing Teams and Lencioni Facilitation

Developing a High Performance Team is not a one day workshop.  This is where many organisations fail.  If your organisational culture does not facilitate the embracing of Conflict as a positive driver of growth a one day workshop will achieve zero in the long run.  Infact,  in the short term you may well experience more talent leaving than joining. Equally, if Accountability is not fully embraced across your organisation then pursuing high performance for your team is not something to aim for.

We can work with you to facilitate the development of your culture to make high performance the only way of working for your teams.

Curious to know where your performance level is?  Low, Medium or High?