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Tips to Keep Your Team Energized

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300 Brickstone Square • Suite 201 • Andover, MA 01810 USA • 1.800.288.7246 • +1.978.649.8200 • A S A SENIOR BUSINESS LEADER, you think about whether you are getting the best from your managers and their teams. Is their performance good enough to achieve the longer-term strategic objectives facing the organization? How motivated are they to overcome gaps in delivery? Are they growing and thriving in ways that will give you a competitive edge? What ways can you motivate teams and keep your entire workforce energized to meet even more demands? Investment in these two critical leadership skills may be the answer: • The skill to lead a team to achieve high performance. • The skill to develop individual talent through coaching and performance goals. A highly motivated team is one that demonstrates collective commitment to its shared goals, is exceedingly productive and fundamentally self-managing. This level of performance is achieved by knowing how to help a team through its stages of development, and how to modulate your leadership style at each stage. One of the most popular models of team development is the Tuckman model and it describes these stages of forming, storming, norming and performing. • In the forming stage a team needs direction in order to minimize uncertainty and a structure to help clarify goals, roles and responsibilities. Tips to Keep Your Team Energized M A N AG E M E N T A N D L E A D E R S H I P

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