LHH Team Effectiveness
Creating, enabling and sustaining high performing teams
LHH has cracked the code on team effectiveness
How can greater team effectiveness transform the performance of your organisation? All teams are unique, and with this uniqueness comes a nuanced set of obstacles that can impede success. Competing priorities, values and personalities can all present challenges to achieving a truly cohesive and collaborative team.
How can businesses use the principles of belonging, purpose and agility to create high performing teams?
Enhancing teams for success
LHH’s Team Effectiveness model is built on the foundations of belonging, purpose and agility and how the interconnection of all 3 principles contribute to the creation of an effective team.
Delivers a baseline for success through psychological safety and collective awareness
Drives shared ownership and delivers better results by shifting mindsets
Accelerates business and culture transformation by focusing on shared capabilities and behaviours
How can organisations empower teams to be effective and high performing?
This webinar explores the themes and issues that help businesses create effective teams. With valuable insight from Gillian Pillans, Research Director, CRF and author of CRF’s research on Team Effectiveness, our expert panel discussed the theory and characteristics that makes up an effective team, and the common challenges that many businesses need to overcome.
Team Effectiveness research 2023
CRF, in partnership with LHH and the IMD created new research that explores the drivers of high performance and effective team dynamics, navigating the challenges of virtual working in an increasingly complex organisational environment.
- How has hybrid working impacted on team communication and collaboration?
- What role does group identify play and the level of trust and psychological safety created within the team?
- What is the relationship between the size and complexity of a team and what benefits each team member gets?
Team effectiveness – why now?
Rising geopolitical tension, soaring energy costs, higher inflation, uncertain economic forecasts and hybrid working practices post pandemic are all influencing the wants and needs of the workforce. In this social context, the team climate becomes an important place where any erosion of social capital or sense of meaning can be re-established to the benefit of both individuals and the organisation.
The role of leadership in building self-sustaining, effective teams
What vital role can a leader play in engaging with team members and creating an environment that will promote trust and psychological safety between individuals and set the team’s purpose and direction?
How can being part of a team influence employee effectiveness
How important is an employee’s sense of belonging within a team to creating an effective and productive working group? What steps can employers take to supporting employees and teams to ensuring that every team and working group has a clear purpose and shared goal.
Adopting new habits and behaviours: the key to building effective teams
How team members interact and the working practices they accept can have a direct impact on their overall performance. Introducing new behaviours can improve team output but how can they be adopted by team members effectively that will build on areas of development and enhance areas of strength?