… is a business-oriented, psychological approach to team building where acceptance, forgiveness, and adjustment are teammate characteristics, and 100% customer satisfaction is the team’s result.
This book and the 5 Element model it teaches convey the core RMT framework. Every other RMT method is linked to this model. This book will help you successfully operate your own version of this powerful team system.
The model is built upon five interlocking teamwork elements, including two goals and three methods. Over the first six to 12 months of your journey with RMT, you will implement these 5 Elements in your team.
To effectively integrate these concepts and tools, you may follow our standard approach of three team-building workshops. Or, you may create your own approach. If you follow the suggested avenue, you will implement the RMT 90-Day operating system after the third workshop to ensure your team creates and sustains RMT
The 5 Elements
- Team Business Goals includes your vision, mission, objectives, and customer satisfaction goals and plan.
- Team Psychological Goals are your team’s chosen “thought system.” They incorporate your team’s values, attitudes, and behaviors.
- Team Work Agreements are your team’s promises to follow agreed-upon work processes and interpersonal behaviors to help you achieve your business and psychological goals.
- Your Team Operating System is the 90-day, continuous improvement system that ensures you stay focused and on track toward achieving your goals.
- The Right-Minded Teammate is about developing and strengthening teammate skills and abilities to achieve both individual and team goals.
What is “Right” in Right-Minded Teamwork?
It is worth stating and restating: Right-Minded Teamwork has nothing to do with right-brain thinking or right-wing viewpoints.
RMT has everything to do with what you and your teammates collectively decide is “right.”
Your team’s choices on what acceptable work behavior and efficient processes look like define your team’s Right-Minded Teamwork “thought system.” The “right” way of doing, being, and behaving is the way that is right for your team.
The “right” way is how your team decides you will do no harm and work as one.
So, how do you start the team’s discussion about what is right?
You begin by introducing Right-Minded Teamwork to your team (see below: get started with a FREE ebook) and applying the tools and exercises presented in these books.
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Why Consider Right-Minded Teamwork?
There are many common “team-building” practices out there. Three common team-building avenues include: education, games, and social events. As far as real team building goes, none of these approaches is effective. Not one of them produces proven reliable results.
If you have participated in them, you know what I mean. (For more on why such exercises are not reliable team-building tools, read this article, “10 Worst Team Building Exercises.”)
Still, many well-meaning team leaders continue to use these ineffective tactics, trying to make them work. Usually, this is because they do not realize there is a better way.
Real-World Team-Building: The Better Way!
A real-world team-building approach is the better way. It is also the most reliable way to achieve and sustain high-performance teamwork because it directly addresses real issues in a non-confrontational and compassionate way.
NEWS: Right-Minded Teamwork is a real-world, team-building process. Applied intentionally, it has the power to transform your team, bringing you together to work as one, and allow you to achieve – or even exceed! – your team’s goals.
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Reason, Ego & the Right-Minded Teamwork Myth: the Philosophy and Process for Creating a Right-Minded Teamwork Works together as One is a thorough and comprehensive introduction to this ultimate and real-world team-building method.
The ebook will always be FREE so why not download it now? Scan the content and read what grabs your attention, and I promise you will know if Right-Minded Teamwork is for you and your team.
If you say “yes” to RMT, everything you need to create and sustain Right-Minded Teamwork is in these eight books.
Dan Hogan, Certified Master Facilitator