• Commitment

    Commitment results in clear decision making and the ability to execute according to plans.

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  • Typical challenges holding back commitment

  • How to further commitment


    To foster team commitment, it's essential to set clear goals and involve team members in decision-making, enhancing their sense of ownership and buy-in. Open, frequent communication maintains alignment and builds trust. Celebrating successes and addressing challenges promptly also reinforces a shared commitment to goals.


    Creating a culture of accountability and providing necessary support further solidifies this commitment. By recognizing individual contributions and promoting personal and professional growth, team members feel valued, deepening their dedication to the team's objectives. This approach ensures a cohesive, committed team aligned towards common goals.


    • Participate actively in goal setting.
    • Involve everyone in decision-making.
    • Communicate goals and progress regularly.
    • Set and respect deadlines.
    • Show dedication to team objectives.
    • Offer support to team members.
    • Acknowledge and celebrate milestones.
    • Follow through on promises and tasks.
    • Encourage and give constructive feedback.
    • Demonstrate flexibility in adapting to changes.
    • Show respect for all team contributions.
    • Maintain a positive, solution-focused attitude.
  • The 6 TeamDrivers 

    Emphasizing the structure of a well-functioning team. 


    Trust is gradually built when team members act towards each other with honesty, transparency and vulnerability.

    Healthy conflict

    Healthy conflict allow teams to be open and honest about personal opinions, as well as respectful of each other’s views and opinions.


    Commitment results in clear decision making and the ability to execute according to plans.


    Accountable teams keep each other honest and act in line with joint decisions, commitments, and expectations.

    Shared results

    Teams focused on shared results prioritize collective goals, with members setting aside individual agendas for the common good.


    Adaptive teams efficiently create and embrace new approaches thriving on change through experimentation, play and fun.