Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. ~ Henry Ford
In order to have a powerful team you must have a few key effects in place. Each member has a contribution and is responsible for the overall success of the team.
A committed leader is needed for your powerful team. The leader of the team should provide a positive atmosphere. The atmosphere should be comfortable, clean and encourage a healthy workplace. A good leader will celebrate milestones of the team as well as those of an employee. They encourage training and development because they care about the well-being of their employees’ personal and professional growth.
Your team needs a mission and a vision. The mission and vision statement of your team should be inspirational. The message will show the team’s purpose for the work or project that has been given to them.
Each member of your team needs to know their role. Instead of everyone wandering aimlessly, they will have more focus and direction. With each member given a role, the team will know what and why they do what they do. They can easily move forward with their task and on the road to success.
Communication will be the difference between your powerful team being a force to be reckoned with or a team whose greatness is suppressed. Communication among team members should be opened and comfortable to approach one another. The tone has to be set by the leader. Everyone needs to listen to each other and confirm what each other has conveyed to the group. A powerful team is on top of communication.[wpob id=”2″]
Each of these traits of a powerful team will send yours into an upward movement toward victory. Once you have created your powerful team and dominated a project, it will be a no-brainer as to whose team will be up for the next project.