Teams now have to work more remotely and more effectively, with speed, adaptability, and by striking the right balance between harmony and constructive tension.
We have developed a simple but effective playbook, working through a set of clearly defined stages to build teams for this ever increasing virtual world.
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The Team Up Playbook™is the only team-building course of its kind. It’s where you can learn and grow as a team leader and transform your team into a highly nimble, confident, cohesive and reliable one.
Whatever team you’re a part of; family, friends, sporting or workplace our 27 part video course ‘Build Better Teams’ offers a roadmap on how to make them function more efficiently, more effectively, and ultimately more successfully.
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Whatever team we’re a part of; family, friends, sporting or workplace ‘Build Better Teams’ offers a roadmap on how to make them function more efficiently, more effectively, and ultimately more successfully.
A cautionary note however… The playbook™ set out in this book has been researched, peer reviewed and tested many times – it works. It’s based on science, and not just the author’s view, but it cannot do the whole job for you. To achieve Success will require you to read and work through the three phases; Get Set, Get Safe and Get Strong. It’s worth understanding that each phase is a mix of process and talent – 75/25, 50/50, and 25/75 respectively.
Your talent will develop as you read and progress through each phase!
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We have been privileged to work with some of the world’s greatest brands as well as some amazing smaller organisations, often run by brilliant entrepreneurs. Over the last twenty years, our clients have been publicly listed, privately listed or operating in the public, sporting and not for profit sectors. We’ve developed teams in a wide range of industries including banking, pensions, retail, insurance, travel, media, oil and gas, software, construction, education, property, nuclear energy and publishing.