Do you have a new team? Is your team not producing the needed results? Has a new direction and purpose been given to your team? Building a high performing team cannot be left to chance. A strong team leader understands the impact of team dynamics and leverages each person’s contributions to create a common purpose and clear set of measures. From engineering teams on the plant level to senior executive teams in the c-suite, building an effective team is critical for delivering business and people results. Stewart Leadership has been building successful teams for the past 35 years.
With high energy and experience, we will lead your team through personalized and results driven management activities where they will discover and learn about their own strengths, weaknesses, and management styles; critical insights into their performance and effectiveness as team members. With the discovery of these strengths and weaknesses, we will create individual action plans for direct application to the participant’s job. Contact us today to evaluate your team’s performance and to build a solution to improve team performance.
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Our team effectiveness approach focuses on 12 critical factors for high performing teams. These 12 Teaming Factors provide the foundation for one-on-one coaching for a team leader, a tailored team transition program for new teams, or custom workshops to build a culture of teamwork. These Teaming Factors include the following:
- Conflict & Collaboration
- Intergroup Relations
- Learning & Development
- Trust & Diversity
- Problem Solving & Decision Making
- Accountability & Performance
- Purpose & Vision
- Reward & Recognition
- Organizational Support
- Structure & Roles
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Stewart Leadership is exceptional in their knowledge of “modern management principles” and delivering it so our managers understand how to apply it in the real world. Our managers attend their seminars for one week and return to the workforce with the latest leadership skills and are a magnitude better.— Carey York, Vice President and General Manager, Duke Power