Rathbone Results Launch the Teamwork eBook
Are you looking to build or strengthen yourself a high performance team?
A company, an organisation, is made up of people working as individuals in groups and teams. Individuals performing well within teams - teamworking - sits at the heart of unlocking business performance.
Download the latest Rathbone Results E-book to unlock potential and business performance across your teams.
Our eBook draws on multiple client engagements over the years, as well as the best research on the subject, to address the recurring themes of high-performance teams and teamwork.
Some businesses have nailed this; they value team-working and see no challenge to its continuation. Others struggle to make it happen.
This eBook will give you the context, knowledge, and tools to unlock high performance teamwork in your organisation.
Discover for yourself:
- What high performance teamwork looks like
- Challenges you’ll face along the way and how to overcome them
- Our Teamwork Model with its five characteristics of High Performance teamwork
- The key role leadership plays in improving teamwork in your organisation
- Formula you can apply to improve your teamworking
- What organisations can do to hardwire high performance teamwork into the way you work
- Top tips for developing a High Performance Team culture
Access clear lessons from client engagement & learn how to manage teams in disruptive times:
- Overcome fraught decision-making
- Manage simultaneous, interdependent spinning plates, whilst facing uncertainty
- Handle increasingly complex change
- Support increasingly tired, over-stretched, close to burn-out colleagues
- Identify what your organisation needs to do to deliver higher performance
- Understand how to build agile collaboration in disruptive times
- Lead high-performance individuals to subjugate their own interests in favour of the team
Are you ready to scaleup teamworking in your organisation?
This eBook will give you a clear direction on how to unlock High Performance Teamwork in your organisation.