Are your staff working as a Team or Individuals? Are your internal meetings productive or sleepy ones?
Study Figures A and B, carefully: Which one best describes your team focus?“It does not matter how much resources you may have if your people don’t know how to use the resources. They still will NOT be enough”, Anonymous.
Not money, Not machinery, Not buildings. The single most critical resource that separates great companies from average ones, is staff working as a team focused on a common agenda. Are your staff focusing all efforts towards the same targets (B) or they are pulling each other down and confused about key strategic imperatives and targets and missing the point daily? How much is such dysfunction and mis-hitting costing you in terms of operational costs and inefficiency?
To the end, Summit Consulting Ltd has assembled “summitCULTURE Toolkit, the tried and tested tools to address the five common dysfunctions of teams that kill morale and a culture of execution. The summitCULTURE Toolkit will help to conduct team dysfunction audit, to know what dysfunctions exist if any, and provide solutions so as to create teamwork, accountability, and ownership for results. We will also break-down your corporate values into daily habits to strengthen a culture execution of your strategy. You can join our monthly Leadership Forums every last Wednesday of the month starting from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm OR invite us for in-house team cohesion and culture fix to your EXCO or TMT level. You will get fresh energy into your team and change of behavior; that will position your business for unprecedented success. Have a year-end team-building retreat event? Invite Mustapha B Mugisa, the author of “How To Get on The Board … And Be a Fantastic Director”, Book to speak to your team. Visit www.mustaphamugisa.com to know more about the book and transform it.
To book, call Godfrey Ssenyonjo on 775845691. Attached find a brief profile of the Trainer.
Are your staff working as a team holding each other’s hands or a bunch of individuals breaking your ambition?