Successful leaders seem to develop strong teams wherever they go, no matter the internal make-up of their team. These effective leaders know how to make the most of the wide range of personalities, skills, and abilities on their teams, and they know how to create a competitive spirit that builds cooperation.
What You’ll Learn
1. Establish continuous improvement by building on the proven characteristics of strong teams. 2. Capitalize on individual strengths to take teams to higher levels of performance. 3. Facilitate the interaction of diverse personalities on strong teams. 4. Leverage competitive spirit to gain cooperation.
Why you want to learn it
As a leader, you come in contact with a variety of personality styles, preferences, and abilities among your team members. Everyone has a set of strengths that they rely on -- it's your job to spot and direct those strengths to the benefit of your team mission.
How it will help you
A team with a properly engaged competitive spirit knows the strengths of its members and can communicate, cooperate, and generate new solutions with power and confidence.
“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”