A transparent performance evaluation system allows teams to continuously improve. Learn some simple assessment models for teams, individual members, and leaders.
- Your team likely fits one of two categories.…Either it was pulled together for a specific project,…and has a limited lifespan, or its work is ongoing.…Both kinds of teams benefit from a…transparent performance evaluation system.…An evaluation system catches plan…or process issues on the fly.…This helps the team make course corrections…before the problem is too far along.…Regular evaluation is useful to identify…and apply lessons learned in the future.…
Why reinvent the wheel when your current experience…can make the next attempt better?…You may know this approach as Continuous Improvement,…Kaizen, or Lean.…The goal is to increase the effectiveness…of your team or organization gradually,…over a period of time by optimizing…the processes that work and changing…or eliminating the ones that don't.…A simple effective assessment model…is called Plus Delta.…
Draw a line down the middle of a piece…of paper or flip chart page.…Label one side plus, label the other side delta.…Under plus, write what worked.…Under delta, write what could be made better.…
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- Identify the keys to success as a team leader.
- Explore management interactions commonly needed during the four team development stages.
- Recall the meaning of continuous improvement and what drives the process.
- Review the do's and don't of creating a team mission statement.
- Review how to use roles effectively during team meetings.
- Explore how to best use consensus strategies like thumbs up/down/sideways.