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The first rule of team building

To lead a team effectively, you must first establish your leadership with each team member. 

Most effective team leaders build their relationships of trust and loyalty, rather than fear or the power of their positions.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Steps to Building an Effective Team

  • Consider each employee's ideas as valuable.
  • Be clear when communicating. 
  • Encourage trust and cooperation among employees on your team. 
  • Encourage team members to share information, to listen and to brainstorm.
  • Let the team work on creative solutions together.
  • Set ground rules for the team. 
  • Establish the parameters of consensus-building sessions.

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