It’s not enough to hire a fantastic team. If you want to truly boost productivity, you have to tap into the talents of each team member so that they can perform to their highest potential. So how do you get started?
As a leader, it’s your responsibility to decide on goals for yourself and the rest of your team, and creating those goals is not something you should do in isolation. When you’re creating goals for your organization, you want your team members to be involved, you want them to give you ideas so that they’ll be just as excited as you are. Plus, the more involved they are in setting goals for themselves, the more committed to those goals they are likely to be.
As a leader, it should be at the top of your list to strive for continuous personal improvement. Why? Because leading a team of people is a dynamic and ever-evolving challenge.