While cross-functional groups of people work together and collaborate everyday on regular tasks, their interactions are far different from those in formalized teams. Teams are groups who have been brought together to achieve a common goal based on their strengths or areas of expertise. When organizations recognize that their teams are not producing optimal results or not performing to standard, it can often be traced back to a lack of direction from a strong leader.
Leaders thrive when they have a common process to follow that allows them to confidently create teams, diagnose gaps in the team’s performance, create team dialogue around performance, and direct them accordingly. Ultimately, when every individual gets better at teamwork, the team as a whole improves, works smarter, and produces better results. In Eagle’s Flight’s teamwork program, Powering Team Performance, your leaders will learn and practice just that, as well as receive practical tools to use on the job with their teams.