Develop High Performing Team

“Emotions Drive People People Drive performance”

What distinguishes top teams from the rest

Research clearly indicates that ‘High performing teams are not merely a result of coincidence. They become ‘High Performing Teams’ due to superior levels of participation, cooperation, collaboration, and mutual trust that members have for one another. They share a strong sense of group identity and have confidence in their effectiveness as a team.
The ideal team merges individual talents and skills into one super performing whole with capabilities that surpass those of even its most talented members

Develop High Performing Team

STRIVE HIGH offers customized workshops and training programs to enhance ‘Team Effectiveness,’ tailored to the organization’s vision, mission, and goals. Our training process begins with a detailed understanding of all of the particular competencies that are important for success, Key Performance Indicators, and detailed Performance Gap analysis. Mutually agreed-upon goals are then broken into SMART objectives and a completely customized training program.
We also offer a suite of basic programs that are subsequently blended and cascaded as per the organization’s framework.
Below mentioned are STRIVE HIGH-specific programs, which are subsequently tailored to meet your organization’s needs.


It is important to assess and identify leaders’ strengths and weaknesses to help them understand what is working for them & what is not. The good news is that Emotional Intelligence Competencies can be assessed and can be developed in targeted areas.

We use Emotional Intelligence Assessment as an integral part of our Leadership Training process. We partner with one of the best in the industry -Multi-Health Systems Inc (MHS), A leading publisher of scientifically validated assessments for more than 30 years & use EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 Assessment developed by Multi-Health Systems (MHS) team. The EQ-i® is the first scientifically validated Emotional Intelligence (EI) tool in the world. EQ-i 2.0 captures emotional intelligence by dividing it into five general areas and 15 sub-sections or scales. The Leadership Report evaluates an individual’s strengths and weaknesses in emotional intelligence that correlate with leadership performance.

"Top management that shares a common, emotional outlook that is positive will have 4% to 6% higher market-adjusted earnings per share than companies whose management team consists of members with diverse emotional outlook."

- Sigal Barsade

When you create a climate of trust and the sense that we are better together than we are apart -it leads to greater effectiveness.

- Druskat

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