The following team building tips will give you ideas on how to accelerate your team building and build a more sustained, productive team:
Creating an action plan is the best way to ensure that team building is part of everyday work. Innovative Team Building recommends having managers follow up during regular staff meetings. Other ways of sustaining team building include manager check-ins and internal/external coaching.
And, most importantly, don’t forget to have fun with your team!
Team building is an important aspect of being a manager. Most organizations know the importance of building and fostering teams, but building an effective team requires ongoing work and input from managers. Rather than limiting teams to what each member can do on their own, the key is to unite your team around a common goal, which will raise productivity.
Huffington Post shares five steps to build an effective team:
What tips do you have to build an effective team? Share what has worked for you in the comment box below.
Confusion is easy but clarity takes work, writes Dan of the Leadership Freak blog. Use Dan’s tips below to find the right leadership behaviors to get great results.
Being a successful leader at the office can be a challenge. Whether you aspire to be a CEO or an entrepreneur, you should be actively working on improving your leadership skills.
If you want to become a better leader, Entrepreneur Magazine has some tips for you:
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Recently, the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management posed an interesting question – can introverts be effective leaders in the workplace? The common thought is that the virtues of extroverted personalities are the most desirable qualities for business leaders, however recent studies show that this may not be the only personality type capable of leadership.
When introverts speak, people listen. In fact, some of the greatest leaders are introverts – Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Google’s Larry Page all consider themselves introverts.
Here are three reasons why introverts can be more effective leaders than extroverts:
Introverts may not stand out in the traditional sense but it is in the best interest of a business to explore the leadership capabilities of both extroverts and introverts.