Teaming for Success Model

As organizations tackle more complex and emerging problems, they often turn to teams to find and implement solutions. With the importance of teams increasing, people across industries are increasingly members of multiple teams, juggling the demands, pressures, and hopes of success for each team at the same time. 

Being on multiple teams at once requires a new set of skills. These teamwork skills often don’t have the luxury of slowly being developed over time. When teaming is done poorly, it can lead to workforce disengagement, squandered resources, and intense confusion.

Professionals need an accelerated approach to working together and figuring out emerging problems. That’s where we come in.

Stewart Leadership’s Teaming Performance Wheel

Creating and leading effective teams is a critical skill for today’s leaders and organizations. The Teaming Performance Wheel paints a vivid and fluid picture of what great teaming is and also the phases required to achieve it.

This practical and action-oriented model outlines the development process for teams through five phases. Introduced and applied during our Teaming for Success workshop, the Team Performance Wheel will elevate you and your teams to higher levels of success!

Launching

Defines the team’s purpose and context.

Aligning

Covers structure, plans, people, and resources.

Trusting

Emphasizes morale, behaviors, and communication.

Achieving

Focuses on obtaining, sustaining, and celebrating results.

Renewing

Moves the team forward as they manage and respond together in changing times.

Stewart Leadership Teaming for Success Model

Download a Sample Teaming for Success Assessment

What is Teaming?

Teaming describes a new approach to team development. It is a rapid, practical, and effective process for creating and implementing successful teams. Regardless of teams being temporary or permanent, intact or cross-functional, or focusing on known or emerging opportunities, teaming provides an on-the-fly approach to solving problems.

Stewart Leadership’s Teaming Performance Wheel enables people to develop team skills, apply new knowledge, grow their networks, and simultaneously get things done while learning to do it better. The Teaming for Success Model is comprised of nine dimensions that guide teams into high performance:

Z

Purpose

Why do we exist as a team?
Z

Context

What is the situation facing the team?
Z

Structure

How clear are roles and responsibilities on the team?
Z

Plans

What milestones and plans will guide the team?
Z

People & Resources

What skills and expertise do we need to have on the team?
Z

Morale

How committed is each team member to the team?
Z

Operations

What behaviors do we expect from each person on the team?
Z

Communications

How is information shared within the team?
Z

Results

How do we track and measure excellence?

Whether you have an intact team preparing for a new challenge, or a team just starting to launch, Stewart Leadership’s Teaming Performance Wheel develops crucial team behaviors and helps you manage the ups and downs of your team’s journey.

Teaming for Success Workshop

How To Use Stewart Leadership’s

Teaming For Success Model

If you’re interested in partnering with Stewart Leadership to leverage the Teaming for Success Model, here’s what you can expect. We’ll use our ADAS Team Development Process, which builds team cohesion and alignment through four critical steps:
Stewart Leadership Team Alignment Model
  1. Team members will take our Teaming for Success Assessment to accurately and quickly identify the strengths and opportunities of their team.
  2. With these results, our consultants will design the right approach to unite the team. 
  3. We’ll work together to align the team using agreed-upon operating principles and an accountability plan.
  4. Together we’ll sustain the improvements through follow up and a clear, measurable plan

Ready to Learn More?

Complete the form to request more information on our Teaming for Success Model.