Peak Team Performance
Peak team performance, the name says it all. The program enhances the sensitivity towards the team, instilling in them the need for unity and harmony. To peak or to heighten the performance of the team through team work and clarity, that’s the meaning of Peak Team Performance.
The objective of the program is to create a complete transformation in the participants, transforming “I” to “WE”. Each participant will change their thinking perspective to the teams’ perspective. The learning is based on Experiential Active Learning Methodology (EALM), the basic idea is to teach participants through hands on training, getting a deeper understanding of the subject. This bypasses and serves as a better medium to study through than theoretical learning.
This program becomes popular because,
Adults are self-directed and motivated.
Adults bring life experiences and knowledge to learning experiences.
Adults are purpose oriented.
Adults look for relevance.
Adults look for logic and practicality.
Adults like to be respected.
Peak team performance and its benefits
· Strengthening bonds between participants
· Creating a medium that allows flow of energy of team members to a common goal.
· Improved communication between team members
· Increased efficiency of a team
· Opinions are heard through and mattered.
What Peak team performance teaches your team?
· Setting and achieving team oriented goals
· Motivating team members
· Managing risks with a new solution
· Opening to changes
· Quality consciousness
· Team building
· Acknowledging and tailoring needs according to the situation
· Effective communication and its need
· Optimum utilization of limited resources
· Welcoming collaboration of ideas to succeed
· Deliver constructive feedback and praise efficiently while paying attention to both verbal and non-verbal communication
The Participants are introduced to the concept of Team Roles and explore different ways of recognizing and establishing their roles within the team. This knowledge enables team workers to manage their roles and responsibilities in the team and avoid gaps or overlaps in roles.