Teaming for Success Model
The need for strong and efficient teams grows more important every day. The complexity of the problems we solve requires us to interact and collaborate with more people and on more specialized teams every day. How we move on and off teams and how we act while on a team are critical skills that not only impact productivity and goal completion but also engagement and retention.
With the right resources, you can help your team find success by implementing strong communication strategies, a solid team structure, and healthy team morale and trust.
We partner with companies that want to develop stronger and more aligned teams, especially to achieve high-growth strategies. Our custom approach makes space for your organization to accelerate teaming skills at a pace that works best for you.
Stewart Leadership’s Teaming For Success Model
Creating and leading effective teams is a critical skill for today’s organizational leaders. Stewart Leadership’s Teaming for Success Model paints a vivid and fluid picture of what great teaming is and how you can achieve it at your organization.
This practical team model outlines the development process for teams through five actionable phases. Introduced and applied during our Teaming for Success workshop, the Teaming for Success Model will elevate you and your teams to higher levels of success!
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What is Teaming?
Teaming describes a new approach to professional team development. It is a rapid, practical, and effective process for aligning team goals with organizational objectives to achieve a higher rate of success. Regardless of whether each team is temporary or permanent, intact or cross-functional, or focusing on known or emerging opportunities, teaming provides the knowledge and skills needed for an on-the-fly approach to solving problems.
Stewart Leadership’s Teaming for Success Model 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:
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Teaming for Success Workshop
How To Use Stewart Leadership’s
Teaming For Success Model
When you partner with Stewart Leadership for team development coaching, we use our ADAS Team Development Process. It allows us to create a custom approach to building team cohesion and alignment through four critical steps:
- Team members will take our Teaming for Success Assessment to accurately and quickly identify the strengths and opportunities of their team.
- With these results, our consultants will design the right approach to unite the team.
- We’ll work together to align the team using agreed-upon operating principles and an accountability plan.
- Together we’ll sustain the improvements through follow up and a clear, measurable plan
APPLYING TEAMING FOR SUCCESS
Whether you’re a small business growing exponentially, or an established corporation, a healthy team environment is one of your biggest keys to success. Many of our partners already have a team-building application that works for them, while others are still looking for the training model that works best for them. No matter where you are in the process, we take a collaborative approach to find what works best for your team members.
This workshop is designed to help organizations start, build, and sustain high-performing teams. Participants will learn how to launch a new team, develop essential team behaviors, and manage the ups and downs of a team’s journey.
This team-building process uses interactive activities that will demonstrate the power of working together. The team assessments allow you to understand how to align goals, strengthen relationships, and identify room for growth.
Take the Teaming for Success model up a notch by applying it specifically to your C-suite team. This team training program is designed to launch executive teams into high-level performance so they can effectively lead the organization to success.
Whether externally hired, or recently promoted, new leaders have a small window of time to show their recently acquired employees that they have what it takes to succeed. Incorporating team training into the onboarding process will help to keep your organization on track, no matter how you choose to restructure.
Bring Teaming for Success to Your Organization
Learn how you can best support your team with a professional development model that works for you.