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10 Steps to Get Your Team's Mojo Going

What's the difference between a group and a team?
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10 steps to get your team's mojo going

It's not too late to get your team's momentum going so they're invigorated by 2016's new year's goals. Here are 10 steps leadership and business consultant Terry Starbucker recommends:

1. Don't dive in—yet. First, pause and reflect on the year gone by. Learn from the setbacks and savor the wins. Talk them over with your team.

Everyone wants to be part of a team, but how do you really make that happen? Our brand-new webinar explores the differences between group and team.

2. Analyze your blueprint. Review your plans and projects. Visualize the full picture, then describe it.

3. Size up your team. Ask yourself: Is everybody committed to the plan? Do we have unresolved issues? Do we need to reshuffle tasks or jobs?

4. Express the goals. Call upon your team to help you articulate the big goal and three to five of the fastest or best ways to get there.

5. Raise the bar. Calculate how to do things better.

Everything you do, say or think is either supporting you in creating more group or elevating you into experiencing TEAM.

What if Group and TEAM are your only two options?
  • How would you behave differently?
  • What types of behavior would have to shift in order to experience TEAM?
  • How would you participate differently to initiate and create TEAM?
Register now for this informative webinar.

6. Read your own fine print. In Starbucker's parlance, the "fine print" is the flip side of your strengths. While it's good to be a "hard charger," it's bad to charge right over your people or customers.

7. Get out your "virtual Q-tip." Sit quietly without a smartphone or other distraction and take in what's happening. Then create this "listening environment" every time you're with one or more members of your team.

8. Set an "accountability meter." This is not just the big target your team has to hit. It's the expectation gauge for every person on the team.

9. Give frequent feedback. Key your feedback to your accountability meter and correct course immediately.

10. Remain patient, calm and open to ideas. Your team members and your customers are looking to you to set the standard as their leader.

Join us on Monday, January 25, and we'll show you how From Group to TEAM breaks down in a way that is simple, actionable and accessible. TEAM isn't something that you have to wait to experience when the higher-ups finally "get it." TEAM is something generated from within each individual.

This webinar, presented by certified speaking professional Susan Leahy, clearly demonstrates what it takes to earn the right to call yourself a "team." Through focusing on key leadership principles, communication techniques and team-building Susan Leahystrategies, participants will build a stronger team orientation.

Of all organizational activities, team development was found to have the strongest effect out of various financial measures for improving organizational performance.

Stop the blame game, dismantle those microgroups and go from group to TEAM!

We want the individuals, and the group, who complete this webinar to have functional skills and practices to maintain a team orientation long after the webinar is complete. Register now!
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