Keys to high performing teams part 2 – Crystal clarity on roles and responsibilities

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

crystal clarityThis is the second in a series of posts exploring 10 keys to getting high performing teams. This one looks at the second key: getting crystal clarity on responsibilities and what is expected.

I’m a keen amateur photographer and I recently got a new camera which came with a 200 page manual. Did I read it before using the camera? No! Fortunately it came with a shorter “quick start” guide with enough information to get me going, and as I got more proficient I have referred to the manual when I needed answers to specific questions. I have also learned from video tutorials on the internet, as well as learning from other users of this camera via online forums. (more…)

Community, trust and high performing teams

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

For those who missed the webinar this morning, here is the replay. I very much enjoyed our “Candid Conversation” with Ian Berry, Founder of the Talent Enhancers Tribe. We talked about how to create trust, the importance of community and good relationships in the workplace and how it relates to intrinsic motivation and high performing teams. Along the way we also talked about the Discover the Other process and about Talent Dynamics.

Mike Lowe
Helping individuals and teams get into flow

Ten keys to getting high performing teams

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

GoalsThis is the first of a series of ten blog posts where I will expand on each of the ten keys to high performing teams that I have identified.  Watch out for future posts over the coming weeks.  But first off, here are the Ten Keys to High Performing Teams: (more…)

Ian Berry’s Key Discoveries about people and talent enhancement – part 2

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Changing What's Normal logoGuest blog from Ian Berry, creator of the Enhancing Their Gifts system

This is the second of three articles about why I believe that helping your employees to feel valued, fulfilled, and loved is the biggest and best thing you can do to grow your business.

If you missed the first article, Helping your employees to feel loved, you can read it here.

Article two – Helping your employees to feel fulfilled

I love the word fulfilled because of what it means “satisfied or happy because of fully developing one’s abilities or character.”

There are some great synonyms for fulfilled as well like “realized, carry through, accomplish, execute, carry out.”

The number of employees you have who you could say the above about, I guarantee that your business results are a direct reflection. (more…)

Ian Berry’s Key Discoveries about people and talent enhancement – part1

Monday, August 5th, 2013

Changing What's Normal logoGuest blog from Ian Berry, creator of the Enhancing Their Gifts system

When I first consider working with a new client I am keen to find out how much employees of the organisation feel valued, fulfilled, and loved.  Why these three you might reasonably ask?

In my work with leaders in 40 countries since 1991 the above three are the standout pathways to unleashing the unique talents/gifts that are lying dormant in most people.

The results of this unleashing

Higher levels of productivity and engagement from employees, higher sales, lower costs and lower employee turnover, and more time for you to pursue what really matters to you. (more…)