Home Workshops For Teams Building High Performance Teams
Aug 16
ph 1300 586 389 | Wednesday


  • To learn about themselves and each other
  • To enhance their levels of acceptance for each other
  • To develop the confidence to work from each others strengths
  • To increase the understanding of the potential areas for growth at both personal and team levels
  • To develop a common language through the use of the various tools and models
  • To use this knowledge as a frame of reference for Communication, Planning, Problem Solving and Decision Making
  • To create a positive experience so as to enhance morale, group esteem and productivity
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teams_buildingCreating Success

I wonder if you have thought that work would be easy if it wasn’t for the people that you had to work with?

Now, more than ever has the ability of individuals to work in teams been more critical to the success of any business. As an organisation, we risk the achievement of substantial productivity and financial gains if our teams are not effective. We also know that external client relationships are directly affected by internal customer relationships. If the quality of the internal relationship is poor, this will reflect in the level of service provided by your teams to external clients.

What makes a rugby, basketball or hockey team great? Ask the coach - he or she might tell you that talent is essential! Whilst talent is a fundamental ingredient, it is not the abilities of one or two outstanding players that will lead the team to victory. But rather, it is players working together, using each person's individual talents to achieve the collective goals of the group.

Organisational managers play dual roles - like coaches, they need to be able to take a group of individual players and build and maintain a team.

Key Elements

  • Understanding of the 4 stages of team development.
  • Recognise the stage your team is presently at – and what to do about it
  • What are the four keys that motivate individuals?
  • How to use the “fruit bowl theory” to enhance team performance
  • Learn the ten non-negotiable rules to synergy in your teams
  • Understand how your personal style will effect team relationships and what to do about it
  • What are the lessons we can learn from other effective teams?
  • How to create co-operation when it has not existed before.
  • Practical team-building activities to highlight aspects of effective teams.
  • Planning for action

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Contact Details

PO BOX 243 Paddington Q 4064 | info@pacelearning.com.au | 1300 586 389

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