“Operating as a Team” is Module 5 of the Scaling Culture Masterclass that consists of 8 Modules.
Good sports teams operate better than most companies. They’re hard to get on, and they’re hard to stay on. They expect their players to train constantly, sharpen their skills, and turn in a peak performance every time. They build robust systems of communication and accountability. They always challenge and support the players to bring out their best. The experience of being on a top team is life changing.
Ultimately, it only works if the team works together. They have to put the team’s success ahead of their own desire to shine or dominate others. They must be unified in their purpose.
Now, think about your own team. Are the internal standards high, and are team members held accountable? Do people love being on the team? If you can’t say yes, you need to do some work. Your organization should be like a professional sports team—something many people want but that only a select few can enjoy.
•Would you describe your team as high-performing and resilient?
•Does your team perform at the same level, whether or not the leader is present?
•Does your team lean on each other to solve their biggest challenges?
•Do the individuals on your team always put the group’s goals before their personal goals?
Leaders should ask themselves those questions consistently.
“Operating as a Team” is a framework designed to show you exactly:
•Innovative tactics to elevate the team
•How to drive autonomy within your team
•Best practices to get the most out of meetings
•The most important meeting a leader can implement – a daily huddle
•How to run effective operational meetings
•The value of implementing internal peer groups
•How to exit a team member
•How to scale “Operating as a Team”
Throughout the course, you’ll discover best practices you can implement immediately. Each step in the framework is tangible, actionable, and has relatable stories, exercises, and leadership tips.
To learn more about the other modules of the Scaling Culture Masterclass, please go to Ron Lovett’s page on Udemy.