High Performing Teams

What does it take to have a high performing team and why is it so important?

Stability, sustainability and success in an aged care setting are underpinned by the ability to work with colleagues together, productively as a high performing team. Navigating changes in the Aged Care sector and managing the business as usual is challenging enough without the added pressure of team members not being aligned, not working together and not supporting each other. 

High performing teams are engaged, understand and value different perspectives, work cohesively to achieve their goals and objectives, respect each other’s skills and capabilities and celebrate successes.

Does your team:

 

    • Work effectively and efficiently
    • Trust each other and work in collaboration with one another
    • Communicate with transparency and respect
    • Understand their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Have clear goals and direction
    • Celebrate success
    • Manage and resolve conflict 
    • Provide constructive feedback 
    • Have a diverse skills set 
    • Have the ability to grow professionally 

The Anchor High Performing Team workshops are conducted using TMS Accredited Profiles and are based on the TMS (Team Management System) framework. TMS was developed 30 years ago by Dr Charles Margerison and Dr Dick McCann. Now over two million people across 190 countries use TMS to support individuals and organisations to understand how they can become successful, high performing teams. 

This proven model combines preferences for ways of working, capabilities and accountabilities, and the person’s drive and motivation. When the two align energy and engagement increase, only then can the team perform to their full potential.

The benefits of conducting a High Performing Team Workshop are having a team that:

 

    • Work together effectively and efficiently
    • Trust each other and work in collaboration with one another
    • Communicate with transparency and respect
    • Understand their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Have clear goals and direction that align with the organisation’s mission and vision
    • Celebrate their own success and their peers’ success
    • Manage and resolve conflict 
    • Has the ability to provide constructive feedback 
    • Acknowledge their peers’ diverse set of skills 
    • Grow personally and professionally as an individual and a member of a team

What’s involved:

 

    • Each team member will complete TMS Profile 1 week prior to the workshop
    • The team will be invited to attend a half-day workshop that combines three phases.
    • (Phase One) The workshop will;
      • Explore high performing teams in an aged care context
      • Examine what the reform agenda means for aged care leadership
      • Consider what are the attributes of high performing team
      • Introduce Team management systems and consider Me, You and Us
    • (Phase Two) Explore how each team member;
      • Prefer to undertake their work and their strengths
      • prefers to relate to others
      • gathers and uses information
      • makes decisions
    • (Phase Three) Action planning – moving to high performance. Actions and commitments

In addition, a follow-up session is advised three months post the workshop to evaluate the action plan and progress. 

To find out more and book your High Performing Team Workshop email info@anchorexcellence.com.

Anchor Leaders

Cynthia Payne

Managing Director, Anchor Excellence

Carla Beheram

Cheif Operations Officer

Ingrid Fairlie

Disability & Compliance Remediation Specialist

Alexandra Brockhurst

Consultancy Practice Manager

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