High-performance teams meet regularly and discuss progress, concerns, and ideas for improvement. They table critical topics and have lively meetings. Conflict is not supressed or silenced but seen as an opportunity to maximise the diversity of thinking and doing.They make deliberate efforts to coach and mentor less experienced colleagues to build confidence and competence. The team creates opportunities for feedback and upskilling.Leaders make time to let everyone know when the team or a team member does something exceptional. They recognise individual contributions and celebrate team accomplishments. Leaders encourage extracurricular activities for team members to forge close-knit relationships and build high levels of cohesion and team spirit.
Knowing the territory offers confidence and a home ground advantage.Leveraging strengths provides clear roles and leadership. Rituals offer cohesion and team spirit. Trusting relationships provide a team with loyalty and support. A sense of purpose enhances focus and energy within the team. Team maintenance contributes to continuous learning and a culture of improvement.