Here's a nice summary of The Ideal Team Player.
It's just 1:35 minutes long.
Have you heard the saying: What you measure improves? The act of measuring and comparing results causes us to think, discuss, plan and take action. This process leads us to come up ideas to improve what we already do and leads us to new ideas. And when our team buys into our KPI’s they are naturally motivated to work toward these goals to produce positive results. It's a simple yet powerful concept.
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Dave uses the Company Scorecard from Gino Wickman’s book, Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business to help his clients identify the important goals to measure and develop the discipline to measure them every week. He’ll help you start your own Company Scorecard at the luncheon and you can download a copy of the Company Scorecard to try on your own.
Join Dave Chin for this important workshop. Create your own Company Scorecard and get on your way to measuring success.
Do you have a Company Scorecard?
Do you measure key performance indicators (KPI’s)?
Do you measure them by week, by month or by quarter?
Does this information get shared with your team?
If not, you are missing a key tool that impacts your business.
What you measure improves!
This luncheon workshop is about improving your business by using metrics.
Here's Dave Chin's brief take on The Company Score. Download your copy of the scorecard here.
The impact of ensuring that members of a team value and demonstrate humility, hunger and people smarts cannot be overstated. Most teams that struggle are not lacking in knowledge or competence as much as they are unable to access that knowledge and competence because of dysfunctional behaviors. A team full of people who are humble, hungry and smart will overcome those dysfunctions quickly and easily, allowing them to get more done in less time and with far fewer distractions.
This approach will help leaders recognize, hire and cultivate ideal team players in their organizations.
Ideal team players have three virtues! They are humble, hungry AND smart.
With enough time, patience and attention from a good manager, almost anyone can learn to become a team player. But some people are just better at teamwork than others. These are the kind of people who add immediate value in a team environment and require much less coaching and management to contribute in a meaningful way.
So, what do these people look like? And how do we find them? Join Dave as he unpacks this important new work by Patrick Lencioni – The Ideal Team Player.
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