Team Lead Succeed: Helping teams achieve high-performance teamwork and greater success

Team Lead Succeed: Helping teams achieve high-performance teamwork and greater success

by Nick Fewings
Team Lead Succeed: Helping teams achieve high-performance teamwork and greater success

Team Lead Succeed: Helping teams achieve high-performance teamwork and greater success

by Nick Fewings


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"Everyone in a team has a voice, which needs to be heard, especially when things aren't working as well as they should be. After all, nothing will change if you do not take action and speak up."

Team Lead Succeed is for anyone who works in a team and wants to make a positive difference to its effectiveness.

It will help you to appreciate those areas of your teamwork that are working well, whilst also highlighting areas that could be working better and need to be shared with your team, discussed and, if agreed, changed.

We spend a large proportion of our careers working in teams. On average, we work for between 45-50 years of our life, and spend 35% of our waking hours during this period working, a lot of which will be as part of a team.

It is therefore important that this time is both fulfilling and positive, not only for you but for your colleagues as well.

If the team that you are a part of is not working effectively, it can feel awful and often has a knock-on effect on how you feel outside of work.

Team Lead Succeed provides learning and practical suggestions to help teams achieve high-performance teamwork and effectiveness, by better understanding WHO is in your team and HOW effective your teamwork is in 16 areas of teamwork. In addition, there is a chapter that explores leadership.

It provides learning, to raise awareness of the importance of understanding WHO is in your team, focussing on both the behavioural and technical skills of your team, and provides suggestions on how to make best use of these invaluable skills.

Using the Team DyNAmics Model, it then explores 16 areas of teamwork, with a chapter dedicated to each:

Purpose, trust, planning, collaboration, accountability, commitment, roles and skills, communication, decision-making, team meetings, processes, environment, vision, diversity, reflection and transformation.

Each chapter provides an overview of the specific area of teamwork, the benefits of ensuring it is working effectively, red flags of when it is not working effectively, a real-life story and suggestions to consider.

Finally, four questions are included, to get the reader thinking about their team and how the learning may apply to them.

In summary, the purpose of Team Lead Succeed is to provide teams with a better understanding of the important aspects in achieving high-performance teamwork, how these may specifically apply to them, and in doing so, enable constructive conversations to be had, that celebrate what is working well and enable the team to agree strategies, to overcome their challenges.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781739757205
Publisher: Nick Fewings
Publication date: 03/03/2022
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Nick Fewings, Teamologist at Ngagementworks, initially had a 20-year career with Barclays, working his way up from a clerk in branch banking, to a change leader, leading the people workstreams of global projects. For the past 20 years, Nick has specialised in learning and development, facilitating team development around the globe and, in doing so, helping teams to achieve high performance.He has profiled thousands of individuals and worked with hundreds of teams.Nick is the creator of the Team DyNAmics Model that measures team effectiveness across 16 areas of teamwork.When not facilitating, Nick is a highly regarded conference speaker, having spoken at over 500 conferences worldwide.Nick was born in Plymouth, in the county of Devon, in the UK, a city famous as the place where The Pilgrim Fathers set sail to colonise America in 1620. An only son to a nurse and dockyard worker, he went to Devonport High School for Boys before joining Barclays Bank. Since childhood, he has passionately supported the city's football team Plymouth Argyle.Nick currently lives on the South Coast of the UK, in Dorset, with his wife and their Greek Rescue Dog, Lucy.Nick has many interests, including walks by the coast or countryside. Being a people person and family man, he loves nothing better than meeting up with family and friends, and spending time with his grandchildren. Nick's other interests include photography, travel and live music but definitely not DIY.
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