Work with us 

Whether you are a new team and want to succeed,

an estabished team that has challenges to solve, or

a high performing team that knows the importance of investing in your people to maintain performance.

Wherever you or your team are on the journey, my team and I at achieving SYNERGY can help. I believe there are 7 steps that are key to a high performing team.

If you want to find out where your greatest needs lie, you can either contact me now or you can get a copy of our complimentary resource:

7 steps of high performing teams

I have worked with leaders and teams for over 25 years and have helped thousands of leaders. You may have a specific issue you want to initially focus upon, or we can work together to identify how I can help you meet your individual and team goals and objectives.

What are the 7 steps to teamwork?

What are the 7 steps to a high performing team? Here’s a quick summary for you:

Pyramid graphic 2

Environment - Chaos/Uncertain/Change

There are many things you can do to assist your people when you are going through change; and given the speed of change in today's business world, this is an area that you can't ignore. Mishandling change can be very costly, so if you are, or are about to embark on change, get in contact to see how we can help.

7) Review, Acknowledge then Maintain or Change

Objective: Building sustainable process
Outcome: Creating team that regularly reviews and makes adjustments to tasks and behaviours to stay ahead of the game

6) Leadership

Objective: Building viral leadership
Outcome: Developing independent, innovative thinkers who work well as a team

5) Innovation

Objective: Overcoming obstacles and creating culture of micro innovation
Outcome: Creating an environment with team members who are open to change and proactive

4) Communication

Objective: Creating communication excellence
Outcome: Building team loyalty

3) Team Optimisation

Objective: Building a respectful collaborative team
Outcome: Building team loyalty and understanding of each other

2) Self Management

Objective: Building capacity to grow
Outcome: Building productivity and trust with self and others

1) Role and Culture

Objective: Build interest in development
Outcome: Personal Engagement with work, team and leader


Contact me to discover your best starting point.


It was fun exploring with the kids and meeting some friendly, helpful people around Fremantle…There were lots of laughs and some great stories of everyone’s adventures. In the end, scores didn’t matter—it was a memorable day. Thanks. 

Ray Locke - Fremantle Challenge