10 Practical Tips for Building a Team
By Kevin Dee
There is a fairly well established school of thought that a strong team will outperform a group of individuals fairly consistently. It is demonstrated in sports and in the workplace when people are willing to work to help each other and not just act selfishly.
How do managers, leaders and executives build a team environment? What kinds or actions can they take?
If you are the leader and hire the people to form a team then you have a head start, because they arrive into a situation where you are already the leader.
If you are a peer of the team who gets promoted then you have some work to do… and this is probably the toughest kind of situation.
If you are hired into a managerial position from an external source then you too, have some work to do and you can create a conscious plan to achieve this end. Read the Complete Article