(Need to develop your own leadership? Read the first part of this series here.)
I wonder if you believe what I’ve come to believe: Organizations never get healthier or more productive than their number one team. It’s often said that leaders define culture; if the number one team functions at a high level it will be reflected in its organization. If the number one team is full of internal strife, insecurities, communication problems, and a lack of growth, expect the organization to reflect that.
Leaders Define Culture
Leaders define culture; they don’t just talk about it. All of the “Teamwork” posters in the world won’t make up for whatever bad behavior is allowed or condoned by the number one team.
At GiANT Worldwide we consistently help leaders, teams, and organizations get to the next level. For teams, our work centers around a simple, scalable, and sustainable construct known as “The 5 Voices of a Team”. Everyone speaks, not everyone is heard. This remarkable tool gives each team a working vocabulary to understand themselves and their team participants. Drama is reduced. Insecurity dissipates. Cooperation is increased. The contributions of each team member are recognized and championed. Team members finally bring their best.
I Can Help
I can help your team through half-day workshops, full day retreats, a “5 Voices 60-Day Team Challenge” or a 12-month process called “100X Teams”. We assess your team and organizational health, determine a baseline, and build throughout the year to resurrect everything you hope you can be. We want your team to get as close to 100% health as possible, and then to multiply (“X”) those healthy leadership behaviors throughout your organization.
The best investment you can make in an organization is to invest in its number one team, and I can help you do that in a way that really works.
- 5 Voices 60-day Team Challenge: Click here
- Bring a GiANT Leadership Coach in for a workshop: Email email@example.com
- Take your team through the 100X Teams Diagnostic (free): firstname.lastname@example.org