A key role of a manager is to develop high-performance teams and continue to drive achievement within these. So, just what characterises a high-performance team?
Setting team objectives that are both motivational and realistic is a crucial aspect of driving productivity and performance within high-performance teams, and for developing initial capabilities.
Appraisals mark formal milestones through which development can be documented and new actions or programmes planned, contributing to overall performance improvement within the team.
In order for a team to function highly, all the individual members must be working cohesively and collaboratively.