High Performance Teams
A team is a group of individuals who work together to accomplish certain goals. Any group or number of people can become a team, but it takes motivated high performing individuals to create a high performance team. The core to an ever successful team is the individual's and their willingness to subordinate individual goals to those of the teams that will bring the individual their greatest accomplishments. Individuals have to be willing to work together, not get part of the assignment and complete it I mean they have to be willing to communicate, listen, understand and be non-judgmental of each other. A high performance team communicates with each other on all needed steps of their team performances. The team members have to be willing to help each other out, answer each others questions and never give up on one another. In order for the whole team to be willing to contribute to all needed parts, each individual included in the team must be a hard worker and be a person that "truly wants" to do well and contribute to the best of their personal ability. A team is a small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable. High performing teams present an ideal operational model; a high performance team delivers results and gets them done in proper time frame. Diversity in culture and demographic characteristics can be a source of friction and conflict or be one of the team's greatest strengths. A group can become a high-performing team by understanding how cultural and demographic dissimilarity influences group behavior. High-performing teams leverage their diversity for competitive advantage. A team that can take advantage of the difference in each individual's diversity and characteristics can really go a long ways. Cultures are all different, and the more differences there are that can be put together to work together the...
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