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It is not always easy to work in a group. However, every professional who participates in high-performance teams will discover a new way of proceeding. Let's see why

What are high-performance teams?
A high-performance team is a workgroup made up of highly motivated professionals who aspire to achieve excellent results.

In this type of team, known as EAR (High-Performance Teams), both the project leader or director and the rest of the components row in the same direction, with optimal organization and coordination, enhancing initiative and collaboration.

What characterizes an EAR
That said, and so that you better know how an EAR works, we are going to explain what are the characteristics that are never lacking in this high-performance equipment.

Clear objectives
It is a highly motivated team that has a very clear and defined objective so that all members align themselves to achieve individual and group goals.

The group contributes with its personal and team skills to the fulfillment of objectives, analyzes the achievement of goals, optimizes time, and maximizes effort.

Multidisciplinary teams
An EAR is made up of multidisciplinary teams in which the members have very defined roles. Each one of them forms a specific piece with a specific function that is complemented by the functions of the others, promoting an important impulse for the achievement of the objective.

As a result, the team accumulates high levels of experience and knowledge, with each member being able to contribute their points of view to enrich both the procedures and the result.

The leader gives a lot of autonomy to the team
Since the leader has full confidence in the team members, each member enjoys wide autonomy to act, always for the benefit of the group.

However, the leader also acts as a motivator, achieving the commitment of each member and enhancing the creativity and initiative of the EAR members, who also have a high capacity for involvement and decision-making.

Recognition of achievements
The group recognizes achievements, both individual and team, obtaining rewards for everyone's contribution. This enhances motivation and optimizes the work environment in the work environment.

In the event that the expected awards are not obtained, the risk factors and errors are analyzed to know what is failing and put a prompt solution. All without looking for individual culprits

High productivity
EARs offer high productivity. Its main characteristic is the rapid obtaining of results thanks to its efficiency and effectiveness.

These groups are oriented towards obtaining results by solving problems and optimally managing time, conflicts, and resources. Members break free from unproductive activities and focus on goals.

Compact groups
High-performance teams form very compact groups in which individuals work for hand in hand, sometimes in conditions of time trial or high conflict, but without affecting the relationship between members. That is why they create strong and solid commitments and ties that link them to levels of high trust and respect.

If a company wants to obtain different, creative, innovative, and productive solutions, it must have high-performance teams that reach high levels of success.