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  Complete Participant's TeamLead 20 Module Print-Based Version

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TeamLead Modules 11-20

Having an Effective Team Can Make or Break your Project or business.

TeamLead is an exceptional 20-module program for developing High-Performance Teams.

This program enables you to evaluate your current team success and build team unity for a strong successful future.

Each module can be purchased individually or as a package with the Complete Participant's Binder.

TeamLead Areas of focus include the following:
  • Producing larger volumes of higher quality of work
  • Achieving more in a shorter timeframe
  • Accelerating the decision-making process within the work culture
  • Encouraging team and employee ownership of the process


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  TeamLead Module 11

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Develop Team Unity and Skills

Module 11. Rank Team Process Values

Assist the team in identifying and prioritizing Team Values.

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Explain the definition of a team process value.

  • List their most important team process values.

  • List their team's most important team process values.

  • Explain how team frustration and conflict could be linked to values.

  • Describe how they may or may not be living up to team "expectations."

  • Develop a personal plan of action.

  • State goals for team action.


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  TeamLead Module 12

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Develop Team Unity and Skills

Module 12. Chart Team Stress Levels

Using the Stress Indicator and Health Planner (SIHP), help team members learn how stress and health affect the overall team productivity.

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Explain the definition of stress.

  • List their highest levels of stress.

  • Know how time is related to stress.

  • Understand how stress can be affected by unmet needs.

  • List how stress is related to their personal style preferences.

  • Identify where they are "health wise" on the team stress profile.

  • Develop four personal plans of action.

  • State goals for team and personal action.


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  TeamLead Module 13

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Develop Team Unity and Skills

Module 13. Decide Team Leadership Skills

Use the Leadership Skills Inventory - Self (LSI-S) to help team members learn about their leadership skill, and how they relate to the Personal Style Indicator (PSI).

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • List the main differences between managing and leading.

  • Explain the definition of a Leadership skill.

  • Explain key differences between Leadership and management.

  • List their Leadership skill strength areas.

  • List their Leadership skill deficit areas.

  • Identify the five major Leadership skill sets presented in the LSI.

  • Define "versatility skills" and how they relate to Leadership credibility.

  • Discuss how their Leadership skills help increase team performance.

  • State goals for team and personal action.


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  TeamLead Module 14

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Develop Team Unity and Skills

Module 14. Coaching Skills that Increase Performance

Help team members understand how the Personal Style Indicator (PSI) and the Learning Style Indicator (LSI) can help improve coaching skills.

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Define "coaching."

  • List their strongest and most limiting coaching skills.

  • State their personal preferences for being coached.

  • Understand how coaching can affect people's personal and performance needs.

  • Describe how coaching is related to personal style preferences.

  • Describe how coaching skills can motivate individual performance and unify the team.

  • List ineffective behaviors as targets for improvement.

  • Identify goals for team action.

  • Complete Team and Personal Action Statements.


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  TeamLead Module 15

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Develop Team Unity and Skills

Module 15. Straight Talk for Winning Teams

Help team members understand how their personal style preferences can influence how we prefer to give and receive straight talk.

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Define "straight talk."

  • List the criteria for effective straight talk.

  • List their personal preferences for straight talk.

  • Know what makes straight talk effective and ineffective.

  • Understand why repressing effective straight talk can be detrimental to team performance.

  • State goals for team action.


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  TeamLead Module 16

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Strategic Planning for Improving Team Performance

Module 16. Raise Team Standards

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Explain the definition of a standard.

  • Identify different types of standard statements.

  • List what they think their team's standards should be.

  • List what their team's standards are.

  • Develop a team plan of action.

  • State goals for team action.


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  TeamLead Module 17

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Strategic Planning for Improving Team Performance

Module 17. Evaluate Team Obstacles

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Define "obstacle."

  • List their most challenging obstacles.

  • Describe how obstacles threaten team performance.

  • List steps to remove key obstacles.

  • Use problem-solving steps to remove obstacles.

  • Develop a team plan of action.


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  TeamLead Module 18

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Strategic Planning for Improving Team Performance

Module 18. Determine Goals for Team Action

Upon completion, each team member will be able to:

  • Define "goal."

  • List the team's top five goals.

  • Write a goal statement using the criteria.

  • Describe how each goal is linked to team performance.

  • List action steps for obtaining each goal.

  • Develop a team plan of action based on their top five goals.

  • State goals for team action.


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  TeamLead Module 19

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Strategic Planning for Improving Team Performance

Module 19. Measure Team Performance Progress

Having established its standards, goals and plans, the team now needs to know its progress toward achieving them. Too often, teams realize the need to adjust their plans only when it is too late. By regularly comparing its progress with its goals a team can increase its chances of success.


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  TeamLead Module 20

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Strategic Planning for Improving Team Performance

Module 20. Reward Team Performance Success

After this session, team members will be able to:

  • List their strongest preferences for being rewarded.

  • Know how motivation is related to positive reinforcement (rewards).

  • Describe how personal needs can be linked with rewards.

  • List rewards related to their personal style preferences.

  • Give examples of different types of rewards.

  • Identify strengths and limitations in how they reward others.

  • Develop a personal plan of action.