“Life is like riding a bicycle. In order to keep your balance, you must keep moving” Albert
Einstein. This is true in The Peloton Model used in the cycling world, where an entire team keeps moving harmoniously in one direction towards a chance of winning. This presentation will address two important aspects of Social Performance Management (SPM) and its impact on building HiPo teams:
- The impact of group dynamics on the individual team members performance.
- The 5 conditions that enable the team effectiveness within the Peloton.
Attendees will get to know:
- Why it is important to use an employees’ categorization model in the SPM based on their
contribution and their performance to improve overall team performance, both of the low
and high performers.
- How can team leaders leverage the difference in performance among their team
- How a supportive and psychologically safe environment enables and fosters a successful
and effective team, further advantaged, and geared towards more successes.
Bio - Nancy Nouaimeh
Nancy is a mom of 2 adolescent triathletes and a wife of a cyclist. In the business world she is an Organizational Excellence Specialist and Total Quality Management professional with over 18 years of experience. She has a passion for culture transformation and studying what improves the behaviors and performance of teams and hence fuel organizations improvements efforts to attain and sustain Excellence. Nancy is also a subject matter expert, senior assessor and judge for national Excellence, Innovation and Quality Professionals Awards. She has expertise in business and government excellence models and culture excellence. In addition to CI methodologies, Lean and Integrating ISO standards. Coach and trainer, Nancy is well versed in leading teams and transferring knowledge across the organization and externally by presenting her work in international seminars and conferences. She is currently the Chair of the Geographic Communities Council and ASQ Region Director for EMEA.
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