Building high- performing
How can you make the 'whole greater than the sum of its parts'?
True teamwork is a highly illusive quality: we all recognise it when we see it, but it's very hard to know, precisely, what to do to make a high- performing team from what would otherwise be just a group of amiable people. How can you make 'the whole greater than the sum of its parts'? Our approach to this is unique, and highly rigorous, for we move way beyond 'bonding' and 'games'.
To us, the essence of teamwork is based on three fundamental principles:
■ the flow of energy through the team, as achieved by inspired and inspirational leadership
■ the nature of the connectedness between team members, as expressed by, for example, ensuring that everyone's performance measures are designed to encourage team, rather than individual, behaviour
■ the willingness of all team members to exercise constraint on their own behaviours, so that they always act in the team's interests rather than their own.
To find out more, have a look at our page on organodynamics™, and click here for our thought piece Making the whole greater than the sum of the parts - a pragmatic, and novel, approach to building high performing teams.