Creating Successful Plans with Your Team

(2 customer reviews)


Successful planning is hard. If you do it on your own, many blind spots will show up. So, you need your team.  The key involves orchestrating their involvement and engagement. Managers that do that expand their perspective and gain the commitment of their teams. Peter Drucker said, “Strategic plans often fail but planning is absolutely necessary.” The critical factor involves thinking, communicating, and analyzing with your team. This creates trust and teamwork.

This Real Time Learning and Training Module will define three levels of planning in Creating Successful Plans with Your Team. In addition, it will give superb examples and ideas how prepare to plan, and 3 critical questions to answer. Keep an open mind, learn intently, and act with positive influence.

This module includes:

  • A Planning Assessment to identify your strengths and growth areas for reaching the success you desire. Take an honest look at what you are doing well and what might get in the way of your goals.
  • A content-packed article that specifically outlines the critical levels of planning and how to make them work.
  • In addition, a high energy video will outline why managers fail at planning and then give you the antidote for success.

In conclusion, this RealTime Learning & Training 30-minute microlearning module focuses you on proven and practical steps that will improve your personal effectiveness and results. RCI has taught these skills to thousands of people worldwide. You will be challenged to change your thinking and behavior for the better.

2 reviews for Creating Successful Plans with Your Team

  1. Patrick Loke

    I am shocked by the stats that “92% of organizations do not track results on the execution of their plans. • 95% of managers and employees do not understand what is expected of them related to company plans and execution.”

    If this is the case, then where comes the effective results and performance outcome?

    • Rick Conlow

      HI Patrick:
      Consider there are around 214 million businesses worldwide. 32 million are in the US. Most are small businesses. Business plans are mediocre to poor in most of them. Yet, even in big companies, we all have seen “flavor of the month” programs or the rapid changing of plans or change processes done withouth consideration to people needs, or 100 priorities that must be done now. Executing plans with excellence is most often an afterthought.

  2. Dickson Sedzi

    My attention was drawn to the 3 levels of planning; Team planning (TP), Individual Performance Plans (IPP), and finally the Personal and Professional game plans (PPP).

    The manager must engage the team to formulate a group plan. EVERY member of the team should bring ideas for the Team planning level. Then, the Individual worker must also have his or her personal plan for their daily, monthly Performance. Finally, the Personal and professional game plan must be formulated.

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