It is the belief of every business owner or leader to operate their business so that it is invincible to business threat conditions. However, this it is easier to believe or wish this than to execute it as a strategy.
I compare this belief to the Iron Dome missile defense system that Israel turned from idea to reality and deployed it in 2011. This system is capable of engaging incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells targeting population areas. Although not 100% effective it has proven to intercept as many as 90% of the rockets launched.
What if you could intercept and successfully eliminate incoming threats to your business 90% of the time. You may believe you already have a business model capable of that performance but I suspect that unless you are
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This article addresses an important issue in the life cycle of team building and management - the ability for the team to operate successful over time. Teams can often work together on one project or objective but to successfully move from one task to another poses a number of issues that a leader will need to deal with in order for the talents of the team to be best used in the business.
The six ways to build successful teams that last are:
- Be Aware of How You Work
- Get to Know the Rest of the Team
- Clearly Define Roles & Responsibilities.
- Be Proactive with Feedback.
- Acknowledge and Reward.
- Always Celebrate Success.
Developing a team that stays together and is successful requires a leader with seasoned experience in not only blending their skills and competency into the team but also with the team members as well.
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Note: Ask yourself the following questions.
- How do I affect those that I work with?
- Do I communicate clearly?
- Do I encourage discussion and feedback on good/bad team actions?
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