Ten Commitments for Building High Performance Teams
The ten commitments outlined in Dr. Massey's new book will help you get the right people in the right positions to develop a focused, values-driven, high performance team. Learn how to get every member to take personal ownership of your team's success by creating shared purpose, values, and strategic goals. Gain insights on setting up profit sharing, establishing work standards, and correcting performance problems, in addition to creating a learning organization that is able to adapt to the challenges of the next century. Build a team environment where people have fun and play to win. Increase employee retention, job satisfaction, commitment, and productivity that will propel your team to a championship performance.The empowering topics covered include: committing to getting the right people on the bus; getting everyone on the same page; creating a learning environment; sharing the profits and losses; turning around poor performance; dancing with your team members; playing to win; growing through adversity; having fun; and, most importantly, playing large.
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Commit to Getting the Right People on the Bus
Commit to Getting Everyone on the Same Page
Commit to Creating a Learning Environment
Commit to Sharing the Profits and Losses
Commit to Turning Around Poor Performance
Commit to Dancing With Those Who Brought You
Commit to Playing to Win
Commit to Growing Through Adversity
Commit to Having Fun
Commit to Playing Large
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