Increasing Top Team Performance
It has become commonly accepted that forming teams with individuals who are likely to have sufficient skills, knowledge and vision can positively help to guide an organization or a division to function through the complex maze of a rapidly changing work place.
In today’s organizations, leadership is now seen as a shared function among top team members where collective wisdom, insight and knowledge will allow for cohesive joint decision-making.
It is imperative that in order for a top team to be effective, they understand their KPIs and how they fit into the business as a whole to fulfil the organization’s vision.
At ICG, we are acutely aware of the powerful forces that can prevail among the top teams. These are often long established patterns of behavior that may no longer be productive or appropriate. The outcome of such patterns may be the cause for reduced effectiveness of leadership.
Offering an objective and non-judgmental environment, ICG Consulting has the skills to unlock, motivate and maximize the potential within top teams by helping:
- Team members to recognize the difference between operational and strategic styles of management and perform accordingly.
- Team leaders to differentiate between operational and strategic meetings, and to improve skills and styles of management to succeed in both.
We work with top teams to help:
- Gain insight into the interactive dynamics within the team which may inadvertently impact upon performance
- Discover and explore the role relationships which may or may not have an impact on the personal relationships
- Question the characteristic methods of decision-making
- Cultivate effective feedback skills which help individuals learn to give and accept feedback with others.
Our experienced team members will help your top teams recognize, address and where necessary, change repetitive, unproductive styles that may be impeding success.
During the evaluation process, any individual working issues that are identified as possibly having a negative effect on team performance may best be addressed in a one-to-one mentoring and coaching session.