Building team effectiveness for results.
Leaders are measured by the results of their teams. If you have important business goals that require an effective team, then optimizing your team’s performance is a sure pathway to success.
- A pretty good team. The difference between a pretty good and a great team is often millions of dollars in revenue.
- Under performing teams can be turned around. Letting people go, and starting over, is very costly. Training a team to function more effectively can be far less expensive. Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water.
- Newly formed teams need to be smart and get to being productive faster, with less effort and fewer pitfalls.
A more effective team directly impacts business results. It’s an investment that can pay for itself many times over.
Transform your team. Transform your business.
Saying to a team “we need to work together” doesn’t work. Over the past 20 years, I’ve refined a unique process that consistently builds a better culture, and allows teams to be more effective in achieving business goals. It combines the best of behavioral science, business management theory, academic research, Oxford training and 30 years of real world business experience. Using a systemic approach, I address the key elements of a successful team, including:
Structural elements that could be blocking the team
- Conflict management
- Goal clarity
- Use of resources
“Leslie Hilton provided exceptional team development design and facilitation. The outcome exceeded my expectations for a two day offsite. Our team is newly formed and consisted of a diverse group of experience and emerging leaders within the company. We needed to progress in two key areas, which her analysis tool pointed out and my intuition confirmed, trust and alignment. I saw significant realization on the team’s part for how dependent we were on each other for success. Several of the team members made statements that were pivotal in moving in the right direction toward high performance teams. Leslie delivered a masterful plan to bring out the engagement and participation of all team members to a very positive conclusion. I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking team development.”
SVP Product Development at Baxa Corp.
Turn strategy into reality
Nobody wants to be on a team that’s failing. High performance teams see that the team itself is the instrument of its own success—equally as important as achieving business goals. An effective team pays attention to itself to make sure it’s going to achieve its objectives.