Every team is built upon an underlying foundation that determines the character of their performance. I’ll share seven specific simple tools that you can use to construct a high-performance foundation for your team.
I’ll be using seven everyday items to represent the bricks that make up Your Teams Foundation. Here’s an exercise you can take part in to ensure that you fully be able to comprehend every brick.
The first step is to find and put each of the items below into a shoebox that is available and make use of that box to store your teaching Props.
Once you’re prepared to facilitate the session, lay the items before your group to create the right atmosphere for a discussion that is targeted. These items can be used as a set for more specific discussions or in a location to encourage creativity.
Begin by placing each piece in the middle of the group. Then, you will be asked to take the following questions.
Who do you think fits you best?
What’s your piece of the team puzzle?
When does your essay click to rest the best?
Where do you envision your work in the next performance?
What do you think is your highest performance?
What are the reasons you think the answers you’ve given are accurate? What evidence do you have to support your claims?
Who can give you the freedom to think up something new?
What are some new ideas you have?
What time are you at your most radiant?
Where is the shut off switch for your home?
What are you planning to do to improve the brightness of your light?
Why should you want to let others see the light?
Who do you want to ask an inquiry?
Have any suggestions for your group?
Are you doing your best to respond to questions?
Where do you see questionable results?
What are you going to do in response to critics?
Why should you bother to respond?
Who is the source of your strength?
What is the foundation for this team?
When do we feel at our most potent?
Which are our weakest points?
What can we do to become stronger?
Why is it necessary to be discussing this?
Who would you like to have taken an image of in the past?
What image would you like to make of?
What are your thoughts on our areas of weakness?
Where are the snaps of the highest quality?
What do you think we can expect to see in the near future?
What are the reasons we should try to visualize our performance?
Who’s worth mentioning for the Team?
What would you like to tell other people about this incident?
What was our greatest success in the past?
Where will we perform at our absolute best the next time?
What would the headline be read in the newspaper tomorrow?
Why should anyone be concerned?
Who is in need of first aid?
What do you think could become a problem?
How do we cover up our weak points?
How vulnerable are we?
How do you envision it being prevented prior to?
Make use of exercises as a teaching toolkit to uncover deeply rooted beliefs about strengths, weaknesses, proof to support your opinions and more.
All types of trainees from Martial Arts Teams, Production Teams Training Teams, Production Teams, and Executive Teams can all identify with the approach and outcomes. This is why you should make use of this foundation training exercise to build a high-performance Team.