How to Create a High-Performance Team

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How to Create a High Performance Team

What makes a high-performance team? Apparently, it is somewhat of a secret because research shows that 2/3 of teams fail.

This Real Time Learning Module will reveal the secrets and give you the steps to make changes.  By learning these and executing them brilliantly over time you be able to create authentic rapport with your team and focus them on success.  For example, great teams focus on content and process. Content involves what you are working on: goals, projects, people, products, or processes. Process means how you work together: relationships, dealing with conflict, communication channels, roles, and responsibilities. Both are crucial to team success. As Ken Blanchard said, “None of us is as smart as all of us”

You will receive:

In this module you will gain effective techniques on How to Create a High-Performance Team that will set you apart from other executives, managers, coaches, consultants, and trainers.

  • A 20-point High Performance Team Assessment to identify your strengths and growth areas.
  • An action-packed article about 4 Keys for Accelerating Team Results.
  • Video training to inspire you by challenging you with RCI’s High Performance Formula for Creating a High-Performance Team.

Finally, this RealTime, Learning & Training 30-minute microlearning module focuses you on proven and practical steps to achieve the leadership and team success you desire. Go for it!


3 reviews for How to Create a High-Performance Team

  1. Patrick Loke

    I like the simplified and easy-to-remember formula, HP = CE x (C+C+C). It’s so true as I have put it into practice. Having said that, all other variables come into play as well, such as building Trust, Leadership, Communications etc. It’s more art than science.

  2. Sahanuni Alhassan

    Great tools and techniques to master the art of teamwork. Thanks to Rick and his team for putting this together

  3. Dickson Sedzi

    “The task of leadership is not to put greatness in people but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there.” Indeed leaders must creat the environment for constant improvement.

    • Rick Conlow

      Hi Dickson:
      This is Servant Leadership. Hope all is well. Great job in your path of continued learning!

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