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In a time where disruption is a buzzword in the workplace it seems outrageous, even outdated to recommend that for a team to perform, each member needs to ‘know their place’. But that’s exactly what I am suggesting.
Positive disruption is seen as a way of innovating or ‘changing things up’ to solve problems from a new perspective. But have organisations jumped the gun in an attempt to push the innovation agenda?
To be a successful innovator, your team first has to understand questions like:
Why does your position exist, why does your organisation exist? How do you contribute to the performance of your organisation? How well do you know your individual strengths and that of the team that you work with? In other words, what is your place?
If your team can't answer these questions, how can your people be excepted to excel in their roles?For a team to perform, they need to be able to fulfil these elements:
Establishing a strong foundation from which a group of people can work together to achieve their goals is the key to building a high performing team.
Take the first step in making your team work: contact me for a no obligation chat.