1. Best Practice #10 – Recruit the Right Players and Value Diversity HOTS Model

    Getting the right team formed could be 80% of the battle and this is a difficult art that requires serious experience, thought and planning. In fact this is so hard to do that few people can do it except in a narrow specialty they work in all the time. Putting new teams together has risks. Here is a……Read More

  2. Best Practice #5 – Mutual Trust is Required for High-Performance

    It is the leaders job to create and maintain high levels of trust is a team. This is not optional if you want high-performance. Here are some ways to help with this.…Read More

  3. Best Practice #2 – Clear Goals/Mission that Everyone Understands

    Without full syncronization of the team on the objectives they cannot perform well. It is the team leader's job to see that there is no ambiguity in objectives and priorities. This means several attributes must be assigned to each goal. There are two well proven systems to do this described here.  …Read More