The model represents a process for managing others and is much more effective than conceptual training. A Process presents a logical order, making it easier to remember and replicate.
This Team Trust Process shows managers what they should DO, not how they should BE.
Key question: Do I understand why we exist as a team?
Is there clarity around our mission? Each member of the team must satisfy this next question to gain clarity before commitment.
Key question: How is this going to be done?
I understand the purpose of my team but tell me more about how we’re going to do this. Can I believe and connect?
Key question: What drives the way we will do things?
What works and what does not? There should not be any artificial roadblocks in the way of team success.
Key question: How will we measure success?
Fair and equitable performance evaluation and measurement are required. Today’s workforce demands better feedback and coaching from their leaders.
Key question: What is the payoff for accomplishing everything we set out to do?
Are the rewards worth the effort. Rewards are not limited to monetary compensation. Think about recognition, pride, self-esteem, and other measures of achievement.
Leaders whose teams achieve maximum results in all six categories will experience greater team trust. Having an environment of high trust results in better performance overall.
One big benefit of implementing this Team Trust Model is Momentum!
As your team begins using these steps, you will see a distinct increase in positive activity and cooperation.
Your team will actually like working with each other again!
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Regardless of the size of your business, better team performance can produce positive and profitable results.
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