Have you tried everything in your own power to motivate your team without seeing the results you were looking for? If this is where you are at, then it’s time to stop looking at them as a team and instead view them as the individuals that they are. This is because high-performing teams are made up of high-performing individuals.
I started a life coaching business for this very reason. Getting to the heart of performance is one of my passions, and there’s no other way to do this than to look at each individual. This is because individuals have different goals, different passions, and different problems, so they all have different strengths. This then becomes your job to help them identify these strengths, and then use them to benefit the rest of your team. Treating different individuals as one team at all times is a detriment to finding the strengths of your team and allowing each person to do their very best work.
Sure, after you reverse engineer your team and look at each person as the asset that they are, you can then treat your team as a high-performing whole, but not until then. So, if you’ve tried everything you can to get your team moving with no luck, it’s time to focus on the individuals who make up your team. Here’s how: