As a manager, building a strong, successful team can be a daunting task, especially if you are new to the team. It isn’t an easy task whether you have been at the job for years or are jumping into a new leadership position. As the “team captain,” team members look to you for advice, motivation, inspiration, and clear attainable goals while the executives above you demand results and efficiency. This can often make you feel like the old 80’s toy Stretch Armstong – being impossibly pulled in two different directions.
Luckily, there has been a lot of good research to help leaders attain a strong and successful team that not only fulfills yourself and your team’s needs but also executive leadership’s. As the team leader, you must be the one to take tangible action steps. No one else can do it. It’s up t you, so check out these 10 ways to build a stronger, more successful team.
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