Team Crafting Journey -
Building Winning Teams for Lasting Performance

Is working with a team that doesn’t take responsibility impacting your business growth?

Learn the art of building effective, engaged, high-performing, and synergistic teams.

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Aug 25, 2020

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“Competent people working in one direction multiply profits .”
– Neeraj Deshpande

Journey Objective

Create committed and result-oriented teams for outstanding business success. 

As an entrepreneur, do you have the team you deserve?

Are you the leader that your team deserves?

There is probably no better business asset than a unified, committed team. If you want to bring out the best in your team, you must become the leader they deserve.

A dysfunctional team with accountability and trust issues can drive the organization to failure no matter how talented the individuals themselves are.

The Team Crafting Journey helps you to work on yourself and your team members to create great team synergy.

The Process

With the use of several psychometric tools and interactive presentations, you will be equipped to analyse your own behavioural patterns as a leader, understand behavioural patterns of your team members, and adapt your own behaviour to bring about a positive change. By practising the 9 Essentials of Winning Teams, you will be equipped to create a unified, performing team that is dedicated to your organizational goals.  

You will learn to

1.  Build a team of happy, engaged, and productive people to function as a happy family

2. Identify behavioral characteristics of your team members, enabling you to lead them effectively .

3. Set clear objectives for all and ensure the team’s agreement on set goals 

4. Create and build open, trusting and meaningful relationships by understanding the science behind trust

 5. Realize the necessity of conflicts, and manage, resolve and use them as effective tools to impact accountability and productivity 

6. Apply the Management by Objective approach to evaluate performance readiness of your team members and take corrective action 

7. Develop skills in giving and receiving feedback, coaching, counseling, and delegating 

8. Identify and apply the developmental approach needed for each individual team member 

9. Apply the right kind of methods and templates to hone your reviewing skills.

Curriculum

“He who masters the power formed by a group of people working together has within his grasp one of the greatest powers known to man.” 

― Idowu Koyenikan

1. Team Players and Stages of Team Development – Are you worried about making your teams productive?

Understanding the diverse motivations and capacities of team members during various stages of team development will enable you to utilize their strengths and make the team a winning one.

2. Clear objective and agreed goals – Do YOU set goals for your teams or are they set mutually?

Get team members to take ownership of the organization’s goals and identify with its vision by engaging people and getting their buy-in towards accomplishing organizational goals.

3. Support & Trust –How open, supportive and trusting are the relationships among you and your team members?

Support is a clear function of the trust that members feel about each other and the leader. Trust being the foundation of the very concept of the team, you will learn to implement the tools and practices that help in building trust.

4. Openness & Confrontation – Do you believe confrontations and conflicts among your team members are always harmful?

Allowing differences of opinions and ideas to be aired without fear of ridicule or retaliation is one of the healthiest team-building habits. You will understand how to create a safe space for teams to tackle problems and issues openly.

5. Cooperation & Conflict – How well do your team members support and cooperate with each other?

Cooperation implies that individuals trust other members and are willing to contribute to the group’s objectives. Conflict is inevitable and an integral part of the process of growth and development. You will gain insight into your own conflict management behavior along with a time-tested process to resolve conflicts.

6. Appropriate Leadership – Are you providing effective and appropriate leadership to your people? It’s all about “different strokes for different folks.” You will understand what every individual needs to perform at an optimum level and how to adapt your influencing behavior to facilitate peak performance.

7. Individual Development – Is “people development” a KRA for you and your managers and leaders?

Whilst the team goal is always the focus, effective teams and in turn, the leader must pay attention to the development of individual skills. You will be able to scientifically identify every individual’s performance gap and take corrective action.

8. Regular Review – Is “performance review” only an annual event in your organization?

Regular reviewing allows the team and the leader to assess their progress vis-à-vis the set milestones. It enables you and your team to learn from experience and correct the course, if necessary.

Outcomes for your Business

  • Implement the 9 essentials of building teams that win.
  • Understand individual team member strengths and use them to build a winning team
  • Achieve team alignment with organizational goals and vision.
  • Create a culture of support and accountability through trusting and meaningful relationships
  • Appreciate the role of healthy conflict and manage it
  • Assess individual competence scientifically and identify specific reasons for inadequate performance
  • Demonstrate appropriate leadership by helping people to be their best possible versions

Resources

Participants will be provided well-researched tools enabling them to gain a detailed behavioral insight about themselves and their team members.

  • Tool – Team Player Styles · Tool – JoHari Window – “Relationship with The Team Member”
  • Tool – Conflict Resolution Styles
  • Tool – Maze Exercise – Decision Making
  • Tool – Reviewing Templates
  • Tool – “Ability-Willingness Matrix”
  • Tool – Tool – LEAD Instrument
  • Case Studies
  • Journey Workbook

Know Your Navigator

Neeraj Deshpande

Neeraj is a senior L&D professional with an outstanding record of setting up and managing Learning CoEs/Academies, and leading and managing large-scale learning rollouts and operations. In his 25 years in the field, he has worked on conceptualizing and effecting OD & Leadership Development interventions, Strategic Sales & Customer Satisfaction development interventions, L&D processes, and Building Organizational Capability.

Instrumental in training over 25,000 people from the Realty, Telecom, I.T., Banking & Finance, Entertainment, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Office Automation, Services, Consumer Durable, Publishing, and Travel & Tourism sectors, Neeraj is lauded for his creative learning strategies in the areas of Leadership Development, Organizational Culture, Team Working, Sales, and Customer Service. Neeraj has worked with organizations like Tata Communications, Samsung Electronics, Hero Mindmine, Centum Learning, NIS Sparta Ltd., Franklin Covey, DOOR Training International and TACK Training International.

Credentials

  • “Power Coach” (ICF & IIC)
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of the Centre for Leadership Studies
  • Certified “Senior Trainer” of Franklin Covey International
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of Door International
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of Tack Training International

Journey Objective

Create committed and result-oriented teams for outstanding business success. 

As an entrepreneur, do you have the team you deserve?

Are you the leader that your team deserves?

There is probably no better business asset than a unified, committed team. If you want to bring out the best in your team, you must become the leader they deserve.

A dysfunctional team with accountability and trust issues can drive the organization to failure no matter how talented the individuals themselves are.

The Team Crafting Journey helps you to work on yourself and your team members to create great team synergy.

The Process

With the use of several psychometric tools and interactive presentations, you will be equipped to analyse your own behavioural patterns as a leader, understand behavioural patterns of your team members, and adapt your own behaviour to bring about a positive change. By practising the 9 Essentials of Winning Teams, you will be equipped to create a unified, performing team that is dedicated to your organizational goals.  

You will learn to

1.  Build a team of happy, engaged, and productive people to function as a happy family

2. Identify behavioral characteristics of your team members, enabling you to lead them effectively 

3. Set clear objectives for all and ensure the team’s agreement on set goals 

4. Create and build open, trusting and meaningful relationships by understanding the science behind trust

 5. Realize the necessity of conflicts, and manage, resolve and use them as effective tools to impact accountability and productivity 

6. Apply the Management by Objective approach to evaluate performance readiness of your team members and take corrective action 

7. Develop skills in giving and receiving feedback, coaching, counseling, and delegating 

8. Identify and apply the developmental approach needed for each individual team member 

9. Apply the right kind of methods and templates to hone your reviewing skills.

Curriculum

“He who masters the power formed by a group of people working together has within his grasp one of the greatest powers known to man.” 

― Idowu Koyenikan

1. Team Players and Stages of Team Development – Are you worried about making your teams productive?

Understanding the diverse motivations and capacities of team members during various stages of team development will enable you to utilize their strengths and make the team a winning one.

2. Clear objective and agreed goals – Do YOU set goals for your teams or are they set mutually?

Get team members to take ownership of the organization’s goals and identify with its vision by engaging people and getting their buy-in towards accomplishing organizational goals.

3. Support & Trust –How open, supportive and trusting are the relationships among you and your team members?

Support is a clear function of the trust that members feel about each other and the leader. Trust being the foundation of the very concept of the team, you will learn to implement the tools and practices that help in building trust.

4. Openness & Confrontation – Do you believe confrontations and conflicts among your team members are always harmful?

Allowing differences of opinions and ideas to be aired without fear of ridicule or retaliation is one of the healthiest team-building habits. You will understand how to create a safe space for teams to tackle problems and issues openly.

5. Cooperation & Conflict – How well do your team members support and cooperate with each other?

Cooperation implies that individuals trust other members and are willing to contribute to the group’s objectives. Conflict is inevitable and an integral part of the process of growth and development. You will gain insight into your own conflict management behavior along with a time-tested process to resolve conflicts.

6. Appropriate Leadership – Are you providing effective and appropriate leadership to your people? It’s all about “different strokes for different folks.” You will understand what every individual needs to perform at an optimum level and how to adapt your influencing behavior to facilitate peak performance.

7. Individual Development – Is “people development” a KRA for you and your managers and leaders?

Whilst the team goal is always the focus, effective teams and in turn, the leader must pay attention to the development of individual skills. You will be able to scientifically identify every individual’s performance gap and take corrective action.

8. Regular Review – Is “performance review” only an annual event in your organization?

Regular reviewing allows the team and the leader to assess their progress vis-à-vis the set milestones. It enables you and your team to learn from experience and correct the course, if necessary.

Outcomes for your Business

  • Implement the 9 essentials of building teams that win.
  • Understand individual team member strengths and use them to build a winning team
  • Achieve team alignment with organizational goals and vision.
  • Create a culture of support and accountability through trusting and meaningful relationships
  • Appreciate the role of healthy conflict and manage it
  • Assess individual competence scientifically and identify specific reasons for inadequate performance
  • Demonstrate appropriate leadership by helping people to be their best possible versions

Resources

Participants will be provided well-researched tools enabling them to gain a detailed behavioral insight about themselves and their team members.

  • Tool – Team Player Styles · Tool – JoHari Window – “Relationship with The Team Member”
  • Tool – Conflict Resolution Styles
  • Tool – Maze Exercise – Decision Making
  • Tool – Reviewing Templates
  • Tool – “Ability-Willingness Matrix”
  • Tool – Tool – LEAD Instrument
  • Case Studies
  • Journey Workbook

Know Your Navigator

Neeraj Deshpande

Neeraj is a senior L&D professional with an outstanding record of setting up and managing Learning CoEs/Academies, and leading and managing large-scale learning rollouts and operations. In his 25 years in the field, he has worked on conceptualizing and effecting OD & Leadership Development interventions, Strategic Sales & Customer Satisfaction development interventions, L&D processes, and Building Organizational Capability.

Instrumental in training over 25,000 people from the Realty, Telecom, I.T., Banking & Finance, Entertainment, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Office Automation, Services, Consumer Durable, Publishing, and Travel & Tourism sectors, Neeraj is lauded for his creative learning strategies in the areas of Leadership Development, Organizational Culture, Team Working, Sales, and Customer Service. Neeraj has worked with organizations like Tata Communications, Samsung Electronics, Hero Mindmine, Centum Learning, NIS Sparta Ltd., Franklin Covey, DOOR Training International and TACK Training International.

Credentials

  • “Power Coach” (ICF & IIC)
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of the Centre for Leadership Studies
  • Certified “Senior Trainer” of Franklin Covey International
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of Door International
  • Certified “Master Trainer” of Tack Training International

What People Say

Reference Books suggested by Neeraj

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team by John C. Maxwell

Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, et al

Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek

Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In by Brett Bartholomew

The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything by Stephen M.R. Covey

The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle

The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle