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Leading High Performing Teams

Executive Teams succeed or fail based on the level of clarity of purpose, commitment, accountability, constructive debate, and trust they have for each other. Teams don't magically coalesce overnight, especially if leaders see themselves as functional rather than enterprise leaders.  


Becoming a high performing team requires the leader taking a strong stand for the culture, values and outcomes they want to create. But it's not just on them; it also involves each team member being committed and holding each other to account to bring the future to life through their day-to-day interactions and ways of working.


To meet that goal, teams have to master three dimensions of performance. Firstly a shared understanding of goals and values; second the ability to solve complex problems and use future language to enroll others in their vision; and finally to constantly expand their horizon in response to change.


In transforming the way teams work, we begin by taking a deep look at default future which is being created if nothing changes, and then lead the team through a deep interactive exploration to create their ideal future (strategy, culture, ways of working etc)


Stage 1: Identifying the gap between the expectation of how we work around here and the reality. We diagnose the cultural impact of your teams' dominant behaviours and explore how this impacts productivity, team relationships ; and what needs to change for new ways of working to take flight. 


Our interactive sessions give participants the space to look deeply into what has previously gone unsaid to look at the judgements and stories teams tell each other that is often at the heart of a team's inability to move from good to consistently high performance


Stage 2: Creating the Future from the Future: Recognising that it is not any particular event or information that determines our experience of work. It's how we respond to it. When we stop listening to the stories of the past or fears of the future, we create a space to create, influence, shape, and fully commit to the future we want. What is the ideal future we are creating? What are the barriers we need to overcome to get there? What's our leadership code? 


Stage 3:  Creating alignment: Coaching and functional alignment sessions that enable leaders to walk-the-talk, hold each other accountable; and cascade this new way of working into their own teams so they can increase their leadership impact, and deliver consistently high performance.  

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Emma Claxon, PM Group

Caroline spoke at PM Group's Women's Network for female leaders worldwide. Her session was interactive and insightful and we became completely over subscribed on our mentoring circles as there are so many people wanting to explore this topic further!
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