HIgh performing teams don't happen naturally. Like gardening, they require the correct soil (culture) and the correct gardening (leadership). Sometimes they need good fertilization as well. Which is where consultation comes in.
Having a group of talented, successful individuals is not sufficient any longer to obtain clear goals, much less the complex ones modern organizations and teams tackle. High performing teams don’t happen naturally, and require both conscious investment, group training, and a sustained “maintenance” schedule. Too often, executive leaders and chief leaders aren’t adequately prepared, genuinely aware, or properly resourced to perform together as a team. Michael and Krystal continue the conversation this week, pointing out conceptual and behavioral signs of a high performing team.