Creating the Conditions for Great Leadership Teams

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Webinar summary...

    • Leader Commitment - Leader demonstrates commitment to building a great team; Reinforces that he/she is part of the team and not an observer; and ensures that adequate time and commitment is devoted to building a great team.

     

    • Team Structure - Define the distinct purpose of the leadership team; discuss, debate and clarify the enterprise roles that support the team purpose; and establish a management rhythm that facilitates effective execution.

     

    • Systems View - View the leadership team as a system that has characteristics that go beyond those of any individual members; A leadership team is a dynamic body with its own culture, formal and informal norms, strengths and weaknesses, and temperament; A systems view helps to balance the teams structural and relational elements (i) Structural elements include roles, metrics, management rhythm and (i) Relational elements include trust, conflict management, and accountability.
    Jack McGuinness