New Team Development
BREAKOUT OF REALITY, BREAK INTO FUN
As a leader, you must get to know each team member as an individual. Each person has a specific set of skills, as well as interests and drawbacks. When you know these things, you can match each worker with the right task. That’s the best way to help them boost their productivity and become more satisfied with the job.
Encourage individuals to not regard one another as a body who sits at the desk next to them, but familiarize them as business partners with specific strengths and work styles, who will work toward a shared goal of business development, individual success, and achieving team goals.