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Hiring top talent is only the start. Now you have to work hard to keep your very best talent. Most companies stink at structured and systematic retention of their top performers. Discover how to prevent turnover and keep your best people.
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5 Steps To Leading Teams to Peak Performance - People Development

5 Steps To Leading Teams to Peak Performance - People Development | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Leading teams that achieve peak performance have a common purpose, vision and goals so people can derive meaning, motivation and fulfilment
Barry Deutsch's insight:

I liked the focus in this article around how to drive peak performance in teams. Clarity and Purpose are two of the most important that I've seen.

 

I do a lot of work with non-profits - their boards and committee chairs. I find that frequently people on teams in non-profits do not have a clear sense of purpose, direction, outcomes, scope. This is highly disengaging in volunteering time when there is a lack of clarity. It gets amplified when you're being paid for work and it's your job.

 

It can sound trite at the surface level - but are really providing a written level of specific, clear outcomes, expectations, goals, deliverables, metrics, and performance desired?

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Top Six Tips For Instilling Pride in High Performing Teams

Top Six Tips For Instilling Pride in High Performing Teams | Retain Top Talent | Scoop.it
Our observation is that instilling pride in teams largely depends on the quality of attention to key aspects of this collaborative process.

Via The People Development Network
Barry Deutsch's insight:

I came across this article right after I published my LinkedIn Pulse article on Selfless behavior in teams as one of the core interview elements. Here is an article that helps reinforce that idea. If these concepts work with the best performing sports teams, the Seals, and other exceptional teams - why can't they work in a corporate setting?

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