Building a high-performing team is a process. The leaders who cultivate and build such teams understand the importance of common goals and success in achieving those goals. As a leader, you will ultimately strive to your own team.
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You will make a plan to develop your high-performing team. In developing your team, be sure to include the following:
Secondly, Describe how you will communicate common goals.
Thirdly, Describe how you will address conflict in a way that is positive within the team.
Further, Assist each member embrace his or her role within the team.
Finally, Explain the things you will do to energize your team.
Be sure to provide specific examples and rationale behind your steps.
While every team is different, there are common characteristics that high-performing teams share.
High-performing teams are aligned in their focus, purpose, and priorities. They set team and individual goals that support this shared vision so that their work drives achievement. Goals are not only aligned, but they are clearly defined so everyone knows exactly what they need to do and how to get there.
When employees understand how their job fits into the context of the overall goals and mission of the organization, they are more engaged and productive. High-performing teams know their “why” and work together to support a shared vision.
Conflict can quickly derail an otherwise talented and productive team. High-performing teams minimize unnecessary conflict by defining each person’s role and responsibilities clearly. This prevents confusion over project ownership, keeps workflows and deadlines organized, and ensures accountability across the board.
When communication breaks down, conflict arises and performance suffers. High-performing teams set clear expectations and channels for communication so everyone knows when and where to communicate and who they need to connect with. Conflict is normal, but high-performing teams know how to navigate it in a healthy way that doesn’t create more obstacles.
High-performing teams focus on what matters most and spend their time accordingly. They understand that not all work has equal importance or urgency and they manage projects based on what tasks have the highest priority and highest impact. This keeps work aligned with organizational goals and ensures everyone is focused on work that drives growth.
The level of collaboration and teamwork required for high achievement depends on trust and mutual respect. Employees on high-performing teams value each other and trust each person to do their job. They respect diversity of thought and experience and recognize those differences make them stronger. This culture of trust helps everyone: