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IMPROVING TEAM PERFORMANCE

MORE EFFECTIVE TEAMS = MORE PROFIT and LESS AGGRAVATION

Think about a high-performance team in which you were a member. Perhaps it was a sports team, perhaps a social group or a work team. Most people report that membership was exhilarating, fun and memorable. Most report that performance was greater than expected. Synergistic effects usually multiply output. Almost everyone wished they could recapture that feeling.

Organizational Psychology has been building the tools for developing high performance teams for over 60 years. Forming new teams, and resolving existing conflicts in current teams, require a unique combination of consulting skills and knowledge of group psychology.

Signs of poor team performance start to appear long before conflict becomes apparent in a team setting. Identifying those signs and knowing how to remedy them is a set of skills that few managers develop. There is frequently a sense that things are not running smoothly, well in advance of actual team failure, but team facilitation is difficult and can be misunderstood by the other team members.

Our team specialists can correct current team problems and develop programs to avoid those problems in future teams.