As your business grows, building a successful team becomes integral to meeting the demands of business. The quality of your team will help to ensure your business’s continued success. This is because your team is your support system and will align with your business; helping to strengthen your brand. Here are three factors to consider when building a successful team:
1. Understand Vision: It’s important that your team aligns with your overall vision because everyone functions as a unit. This means that it’s important to assert your goals and expectations. Let your team know the culture you want to build as well as your future plans. This ensures that you and your team are on the same page and increases the likelihood of receiving your desired results.
2. Identify Individual Strengths: Your team should be diverse with different backgrounds and experiences. This means that each team member will have their individual strengths that can be an asset to your business. It’s important that you take the time to recognize each one of your team members strengths because this will essentially strengthen the core of your business and allow for better productivity.
3. Identify negative attributes: No team is perfect and because of this you have to pay attention to negative attributes that can potentially harm your business’s success. Some of these attributes include:
- inability to work as a team
- unwilling to grow and change
- unable to come to an agreement on important issues
Negative attributes can hinder your business’s growth. Keeping an eye open for these types of characteristics will help you to diffuse problems before they become too big to handle.
Remember, running a business successfully does not need to be complicated. Keep it simple!
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Manny Skevofilax is a consultant and speaker that helps his clients successfully navigate the challenges of growing their businesses profitably. Since 2003, Manny helps businesses enhance their results by using his experience in strategic planning, financial statement analysis, operations, organizational development, and team-building. His consulting firm, PORTAL CFO Consulting, Inc., has attracted clients from diverse industries in the United States and abroad.
Manny can be reached at 410-808-3441 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.