Team Development is a Journey, not a Destination
- As a business owner or team leader, what is keeping you up at night?
- What issues do you deal with day after day?
- What are the costs associated with the ongoing poor communication, employee squabbles and disengaged employees?
NexLevel Challenge can help – we will partner with you and help you identify your key issues, uncover the underlying causes and catapult your team to success!
Our team development experts will design experiences your team will not forget. They will be challenged to learn about themselves, each other, and the extraordinary ways that working together helps everyone achieve more.
Our Unique Process
Our unique team development process is what allows us to deliver results; programs, over time, that create real change in both the workplace and day to day life.
- We focus on implementation
- We create change
- We get results
What value do we provide?
Our tools and solutions are targeted at driving positive change in organizations.
There are a number of indicators for both high functioning and low functioning teams, as outlined below. If one or more of these low functioning team characteristics is present in your team, your efficiency, quality and results are being jeopardized.
Our team development solutions support teams in moving through Tuckman’s five stages of team development (forming → storming → norming → performing → adjourning) efficiently in order to operate at peak performance and ultimately, drive maximum results!
|Low Functioning Team||High Functioning Team|
|Lack of communication among team members||Clear communication among all members|
|No clear roles and responsibilities for team members||Regular brainstorming sessions with all members participating|
|Team members pass work to others with lack of concern for timelines or work quality||Timely hand off from team members to others to ensure the project keeps moving in the right direction|
|Team members work alone, rarely sharing information and offering assistance||Positive, supportive working relationships among all team members|
|Team members blame others for what goes wrong, no one accepts responsibility||Commitment to the project and the other team members|
|Team members do not support others on the team||Regular team members are effective and inclusive|
|Team members are frequently absent thereby causing slippage in the timeline and additional work for their team members||Consensus among team members and regular problem solving by the group|