Using his Superior Performance Formula, Greg helps both athletic and business teams to work together to improve performance and teamwork. By focusing on helping teams improve on their vision, goals, minds, and communication, his teams experience an unparalleled boost in performance. Could your team benefit from Greg’s Superior Performance Formula? Take our FREE 24 question assessment to see which areas Greg can help your team.
Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work. Vince Lombardi
We use the word commitment to describe the process of exploring and examining the values within an organization and clearly defining what they look like in action. Commitment is the development of a focus, of a personal theme that will define the direction of future motivation.
1. Our team has a clearly defined, written, vision statement.
2. Our team has a clearly defined, written, code of conduct handbook.
3. Our team has a clearly defined, written, set of core values.
4. Our team members are willingly to sacrifice their personal interests for the good of the team.
5. Our team members are slow to point to their individual contributions and quick to give credit to others.
6. Our team members can clearly articulate what their unique talents are and how they contribute to the organizations Vision.
To lead without a title is to derive the power to influence others not from your position, but from your competence, relationships, creativity and values. Robin Sharma
Competence is the continuous compounding effect between our skill and experience. Most leaders agree that they have learned about self-leadership by thoughtfully examining their losses as well as their wins. In other words, we believe that such contemplation is the primary pathway by which team members improve their effectiveness.
1. Our team members clearly understand A) what the long-term outcome goal for our team is, B) what their individual mid-term performance goals are, and C) how to set short-term daily goals.
2. Our team has a formal bi-annual technical skill evaluation process that provides an Individual Growth Plan (IGP) for every team member.
3. Our leadership team conducts monthly one-on-one IGP progress review meetings with each team member.
4. Our team members know what their peers are working on and how they contribute to the collective good of the team.
5. Our team has an effective Team Member Leadership Group that meets bi-monthly to discuss the team’s progress towards out long-term outcome goal.
6. Our Team Member Leadership Group conducts an end of the year survey of every team member that elicits their input on what the new long-term outcome goal is and what their mid-term performance goals should be.
Where your focus goes, energy flows. Tony Robbins
It has been said: your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts your words, your words your actions, your actions your habits, your habits, your character, your character your legacy. It is our beliefs that ultimately lead to who we become; therefore, we must “mind” them carefully.
Specifically, it is our self-limiting beliefs that hold us back from reaching our full potential. Our self-limiting beliefs manifest from thoughts such as “I am not [Blank] enough” or “I can’t do [Blank].” These self-limiting beliefs erode our levels of self-confidence, self-esteem and overall self-worth.
1. Our team members take 100% ownership of all of their mistakes, on and off the field/court, without complaining or blaming others.
2. Our team members always use positive phrases such as “I am” and “I can.”
3. Before every performance, our team members practice a visualization routine to get themselves in a positive state of mind.
4. In between performances, our team members consistently practice a visualization routine to grow their self-confidence.
5. During every performance, our team members consistently focus their attention on the things within their control that will have a positive influence on their intention (i.e. they do NOT get distracted by mistakes, bad calls or the weather).
6. After every performance, our team members consistently focus on learning from setbacks, criticism or errors and turn them into positive opportunities to improve.
The word listen contains the same letters as the word silent. Alfred Brendel
Asking for help, forgiveness and/or love requires courage because they are the three most fearful things for humans to say to one another. Communicating these needs leaves us open to rejection, making us feel vulnerable. Overcoming vulnerability establishes trust which is the foundation of every superior team performance. Through the Law of Reciprocity (“to that which I give, I receive”), trust grows exponentially into loyalty by clear communication.
1. Our team members trust the competencies of all their peers.
2. Our team members have a high level of compatibility with their peers.
3. Each of our team members knows how to “communicate to motivate” their peers by using The Platinum Rule.
4. Team members are quick to genuinely apologize when they say or do something inappropriate or possibly damaging to the team, on or off the field.
5. Team members are willing to express their opinion even if they know it will be unpopular.
6. Team members are willing to ask for help from their peers whenever necessary.
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