No one is surprised by the statement, dysfunction will kill your team. But most of us confronted by its presence know what to do to stop it. In the next few minutes, I will outline some steps to do that. Keep in mind that these aren’t rules. They are principles. Rules apply all the time.
I know you don’t want to destroy your team, but you may be doing just that. Many leaders, either by failing to act or acting unwisely, make it impossible for their teams to succeed. Here are a few of the most common mistakes leaders make while managing a team. Don’t give clear objectives to the
Sean Smith writes about 3 Productivity Hacks for Building the Ultimate Remote Teams. I’ll have to spend more time with the article myself to adapt it to my own workplace, but Sean shares some very helpful tips and reveals some best practices that your remote team may find helpful. The tips hinge on three principles:
A thought on Leaders and the Use of Information. Leaders do not use information as a weapon or as a means of controlling others. Leaders share information with others without fearing how that information will be used. Your thoughts and reactions to this idea are welcome…Please comment below!