4 New Year’s resolutions to help build your high-performing team

/4 New Year’s resolutions to help build your high-performing team

4 New Year’s resolutions to help build your high-performing team

New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for your personal life, new year’s resolutions can also transform your work life. Here are 4 new year’s resolutions to build your high performing team.

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Ms Barrett has put together a great list of resolutions.  The second resolution resonated with me where she mentions that Richard Branson spends time with his team on a weekly basis to listen to what is working and what is not working with team dynamics and behaviors.  I have worked with many teams that purchase some technology and hold a one day “team-building” session and that is the end of it.  They believe that is all that is needed to cross over from the early stages of team development (Forming/Storming/Norming) to a “Performing” team. In my experience I have yet to see that work.  Taking the time to implement honest and open feedback and continuous improvement is much more effective in developing a high-performing team.

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About the Author:

Samantha Leach
Samantha Leach is a senior change consultant with Expressworks International LLC. She brings over 20 years of experience in building and leading international high-tech programs through mission-critical stages. Samantha is passionate about balancing people, process and technology in order to ensure a successful program. Samantha started her career working for the National Science Foundation followed by several years leading large-scale technology projects at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Since then she has focused on leading global technology programs with a focus on information technology and corporate security. In addition to her work in technology and process efficiency, Samantha has spent a significant amount of time architecting behavioral elements into these programs ensuring a balanced approach and successful adoption. Samantha obtained a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from The George Washington University and an M.B.A. degree from the University of San Francisco. Always adding to her toolkit Samantha also has certificates in Six Sigma, Lean Sigma, Agile and Gamification.

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