A Four-Point Model for Leading High-Performance Teams

Access this 9-minute training video now and learn what it takes to achieve extraordinary results through people. Share it with every manager in your organization to show them an easy to remember roadmap for leading their people. Discover:

  • A four-part model for nurturing and retaining an A-Team
  • How this model can help you achieve extraordinary results and make you look like a star
  • A common mistake that disempowers top performers – and how to avoid it
  • Two key reasons some leaders are unable to effectively lead an A-Team

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What top business leaders “get” about leading teams

Why is it that some people succeed brilliantly as team leaders while others fail? Are they just born leaders who were destined to succeed? Probably not. Do they work harder? Some do. Are they smarter than everyone else? Not always.

Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.”
– Stephen Covey

But there is one thing all successful leaders “get” that failed leaders don’t. They know they can’t achieve breakthrough organizational results by themselves.

That wisdom is often hard-earned because most leaders started their careers as individual high performers who moved mountains all alone. But they figured out at some point that the key to their success as a leader was their team.

Get free trial access to this video today and give your organization’s managers the tools they need to find the best people, make the most of their talents and keep them happy and loyal.

Team leadership and the EGGS Model

Conceptually, leading a high-performance team seems simple – you just hire the best people you can find for each role on your team and provide oversight and guidance. But it’s not simple. If it were, anyone who gets promoted to a leadership role could do it. Fact is, few succeed, and it has little or nothing to do with the availability of talent. It has to do with the limitations of the leader.

In this free report you’ll learn about a 4-part leadership method called the EGGS model. Why eggs? Because your team is sort of like a nest full of eggs. You spawned it. They’re your future. If you nurture them, they’ll sustain growth and profitability at your organization long after you’re gone. And they’re fragile. If you as the leader mishandle them, they’ll break.

“A Four-Point Model for Leading High-Performance Teams” gives you the details on how the EGGS model works – and how successful leaders use it to get results. Get free access now.

So what does E-G-G-S stand for?

  • The E stands for Engage.
  • The first G stands for Get out of Their Way.
  • The second G stands for Give Them All the Credit.
  • And the S stands for Set High Expectations and Demand Excellence.

That all makes sense and it seems simple enough. But anyone who’s ever managed people knows it’s much easier said than done. “A Four-Point Model for Leading High Performance Teams” shows you how to make it happen — and provides real-world examples to bring the key points to life.

A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.”
– Rosalynn Carter

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Steve Meyer
Stephen Meyer
CEO, Rapid Learning Institute


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