Corporate leaders everywhere are searching for the ultimate edge. Ever-increasing rates of change and competition press companies to continually explore new ground and do more with less. There is no shortage of guidance on how to lead, and you would be hard-pressed to find a CEO who doesn’t want to have a high-performing team and culture. In fact, a Google search on the how-to’s of high performance yields more than 30,000 results, ranging from quick fixes to complex theories.

The focus is warranted because of the expectation: A high-performing team will produce innovations and results that take the company to the next level. This is the team that will reduce costs, increase productivity, shorten time for research and development, and get products and services to market faster. In short, these are the people who can save the day.

Although the business landscape is complex, building a high-performing team doesn’t have to be: It can begin as simply as a single leader with a single challenge. This interactive and highly participative two day training gives the learner an opportunity to assess their team's performance and the tools and techniques to promote higher performance.


Through self-analysis participants recognise the task they unintentionally assume in a group. The participants draw up an overview of the tasks that they can take on in the group. In the training group they gain experience with orientation, motivation and ‘how do I perceive another, how does the other perceive me’?


Identify strengths and weaknesses of professional teams and set learning objectives for training course

Document what you consider to be your key development areas as a team member

Document what you consider to be your team's key development areas in becoming a high performing team

Implement the action plan created in the course for improving team performance

Present team with new and improved norms for high performance

Implement tools and techniques learned in the course and assess implementation

Describe the constituents of an effective, "high performing" team

Explain the different profiles of team members and associated behaviors

Apply basic influencing skills and techniques

Training Objectives

At the end of this training you will be able to:

1.Focus on challenges, not teams: Putting together a high-performance challenge is the catalyst for creating a high-performing team
2.Describe the constituents of an effective, "high performing" team
3.Explain the different profiles of team members and associated behaviors
4.Apply basic influencing skills and techniques
5.Manage conflict and the associated emotions
6.Apply a range of communication techniques to support effective teamwork

7.Assess team effectiveness and take / recommend the appropriate actions


One Day

Program Schedule

Day One

Comfort Zone Model

High Performance Teams

Step 1 Direction: Have a clear vision, mission and goals

Step 2 Results Driven Structure: Tasks and responsibilities based upon competences.

Team Roles (Belbin)

Team Structure

Step 3: Standards of Excellence (Values, accepted norms and rules) Create Trust and Reliability

Step 4 Effective Communication

Step 5 Dealing with Conflicts

Step 6 Team Performance: Stages of Team Development

Step 7: Leadership

Personal Action Planning

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