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Come With Me If You Want To Live

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  • Team Framework

  • Targets Grit

Come With Me If You Want To Live

Use this Framework to help you and your team members recognize what is important.

đź“— Framework Details

The concept of "grit," defined as the blend of passion and perseverance for achieving long-term goals, serves as the cornerstone for high-performing teams. By understanding each team member's natural inclinations and desires, a leader can foster a work environment that cultivates grit and aligns individual ambitions with team goals.

This Framework is designed to assist leaders in helping team members identify their "blue-sky" goals and establish concrete steps toward realizing them. The collective commitment to these goals not only keeps each individual accountable but also strengthens overall team alignment.

đź“— Implementation Steps

  1. Goal Discovery: Utilize this Framework to initiate a conversation about long-term ambitions. Create a shared document via a platform like Notion or Coda where each team member can list their overarching goal and three action steps to achieve it.

  2. Peer-to-Peer Accountability: Establish recurring check-ins where team members can discuss the progress of their goals. Determine if additional support from managers or peers is required.

  3. Maintain Alignment: Regularly revisit these goals and action steps in team meetings to keep everyone aligned and accountable.

  4. Document Progress: Use the same shared document to update any progress or pivots in action steps. This living document serves as a testament to the team's journey toward achieving their long-term goals.

  5. Leader Support: As a leader, offer your insights and support in these recurring check-ins, which reinforces the importance of individual goals within the broader team context.

đź“— Next Steps

  1. Monitor Impact: Track the team's progress on these goals and action steps over time, observing any impact on performance and morale.

  2. Iterate: Use the feedback and experiences from these initial implementations to refine the Playbook for future cycles.

  3. Scale: If successful, consider extending this goal-setting and accountability framework to other teams or departments within the organization.