According to a study by Gallup, highly engaged teams show 21% greater profitability and 17% higher productivity compared to less engaged teams.
By the end of this CAP, you will be able to...
- Identify the benefits of a highly engaged team
- Identify the key attributes of a highly engaged team
- Understand how to build a highly engaged team
This CAP is for you if...
- You are leader taking over a new team
- You are constantly building cross-functional teams
- You lead a team that could use support with engagement
Growth & Learning
We’ve done the research so you don’t have to. Explore these valuable resources from the best experts in the field
Fostering High-Performing Teams: Building an Environment of Engagement and Productivity
Insights from HTN: Learn how to build a high-performing team by establishing clear goals, team norms, decision-making processes, roles and responsibilities, and promoting constructive conflict in this informative article by our Executive Career Strategists.
Empowering Growth: The Art of Co-Creating a Development Plan with Your Direct Report
Insights from HTN: Discover how to co-create a successful developmental plan with your direct reports and provide them with the resources and opportunities they need to grow and shine.
5 Key Characteristics of High Performing teams
Article: Learn about the five key characteristics that separate high-performing teams from average ones, including trust, clear communication, defined roles and responsibilities, engaged leadership, and collective goals.
How to Turn a Group of Strangers Into a Team
Video: Business school professor Amy Edmondson studies "teaming," where people come together quickly (and often temporarily) to solve new, urgent or unusual problems.
What's a Team Charter, and How Can It Keep Your Team on Track?
Article: Learn how to keep your team on track and working effectively by creating a team charter that outlines your team's purpose, context, goals, roles, operating methods, and more.
Fostering Constructive Conflict in Team Negotiation
Article: Learn how to turn conflict into a constructive asset for team negotiation and decision-making, and avoid groupthink with these effective strategies.
Put Into Practice
It’s time to put what you learned into real-world practice. Here are a few steps you can take
Co-create a developmental plan with a direct report
Evaluate your team's performance
Develop a team charter
Develop a team charter that outlines your team's purpose, context, goals, roles, operating methods, and more.
Schedule a call with your Executive Careers Strategist
- Refine your personal strategy
- Get feedback on the work you put into practice
- Learn other related techniques and strategies