5. Collectively, we periodically review our individual and team performance and create a plan of action to help our team improve.
Well done on completing the test!
Now follow the three simple steps described below:
1. Identify your lowest scores.
Everyone in our team deliberately chooses to bring their best self to work every day, so they can be their best and help the team fulfill its potential.
This area relates to 'Stage 1 - Me Power Conditioning': Everyone deliberately choosing to work towards being at their best.
The team has a clear strategy (a plan of action designed to achieve its mission) which makes everyone feel empowered and helps the team to perform well and achieve its mission.
This area relates to 'Stage 2 - Community Base Camp': Creating a mission, a strategy and agreeing on priorities.
Everyone in our team deliberately chooses to support and bring the best out in each other to help the team achieve its mission.
This area relates to 'Stage 3 - Group Climbing Support': Everyone in our team deliberately choosing to support and bring the best out in each other.
We coach and support each other (i.e. to develop better habits) so that every team member can make a more positive contribution to our success.
This area relates to 'Stage 4 - Campfire Discussion': One-to-one support to help individuals to grow, improve and deliver results for the team.
Collectively, we periodically review our individual and team performance and create a plan of action to help our team improve.
This area relates to 'Stage 5 - Group Climbing Review': Planning to collectively step-back, reflect and adjust priorities accordingly - helping the team to improve and achieve its goals.
2. Write down some reflections.
3. Which areas do you think your team should prioritise for improvement and why?
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