Teamwork performance is a result.
The result of skills times motivation.
10 times 10 makes 100. You are at the top.
What people tend to forget, or simply ignore
is that motivation is as important as skills.
Let’s illustrate this with a table:
What is teamwork performance?
Performance = Skills x Motivation
You see how the product deteriorates by
reducing slightly both multiplicands.
By reducing the skill level by 20% and being
20% less motivated, you get a poor 64.
Things get worse if you lose motivation. See
here with a skill level of 8 and motiation of 6:
you reach mediocrity, with less than 50%!
Imagine the impact on your team’s
performance if you have people scoring 6 on
skills and 5 on motivation...
→ Take one minute and rate yourself on
Print the 6 questions on the next page and
write down your rating (1 to 10, 10 being
1. Do you measure teamwork performance regularly?
2. How precise is your current competence matrix?
3. If you don’t have one, do you have a skills evaluation
system in place?
4. You did a recent update, right?
5. Do you pay enough attention to people motivation?
6. You have a motivation measurement system up and
You see, we all have to work continuously on
skill improvement and motivation.
In my workshop “Championing Teamwork
Performance”, I provide you with all
necessary tools to launch action plans on
these critical issues and many other ones
related to teamwork success.
How to boost and maximize teamwork
performance is the essence of this 100%
results-focused and interactive one-day
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