Building High Performance Teams: The Foundation for Excellence


Building High Performance Teams: The Foundation for Excellence


September 28, 2017

9:00 to 4:00 - registration at 8:30

Keizer Heritage Center - Keizer, Oregon

There is a set of principles, tried and true, that when followed and applied consistently transforms groups of highly diverse individuals into high performing teams.

In this module, participants will learn how to: apply the principles of collaboration, partnering, and group dynamics to develop high performing teams, and how to foster collaborative relationships with others. 

Our program leader, Louie Larimer, is an attorney, author, speaker, and skilled teacher. He teaches and works with organizations striving for excellence helping to create ethical frameworks for operation and living, and strategic frameworks for success. He is a favorite member of the Chinook Institute faculty as evidenced by his consistent high evaluations.

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At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Explain what it means to be a high performing team.
  • Use teambuilding principles to develop a high performing team.
  • Identify the danger signs of the groupthink phenomena and avoid the negative consequences.
  • Identify, facilitate and communicate individual team roles, values, norms and operating principles.
  • Create team accountability.
  • Facilitate partnering agreements.
  • Avoid the major obstacles or leader mistakes that interfere with the development of high performing teams.
  • Implement a personal plan of action that will promote, inspire, and encourage teamwork and collaborative relationships.