This section contains all the tips and techniques required to develop a high-performance team, including: delegation, team building exercises, team development, team briefings and reflective management.
The Tannenbaum and Schmidt Continuum is a simple model of leadership theory which shows the relationship between the level of freedom that a manager chooses to give to a team, and the level of authority used by the manager.
Here are techniques, theory and ideas for designing and using your own team building games, exercises and activities, and tips for using the many free team and group activities and ideas on this website.
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is an alternative, human-centric positive leadership philosophy which can be applied to change management, strategic project development and HR. It was first introduced to the literature by David Cooperrider and Susan Srivastva of Case Western University in Cleveland (USA) during the 1980s to encourage employees and stakeholders to engage in self-determined change.
High Performing Teams, this article explores factors that contribute to the
formulation and maintenance of a high performing team in different circumstances.
From factors such as ‘the changing world of teams’ to ‘team process management’
and ‘team leadership’.