Here’s a scenario for you:
You’re responsible for accomplishing a task or project. Or perhaps for the performance of a continuing function in your company.
You’ve gathered a group of people with the right abilities to accomplish the work.
What’s the most important factor in the performance of such a team?
Of course their abilities are critical. Since you’ve assembled a team appropriate to the job at hand, we’ll take those as a given.
The words you say and the things you do are important. What matters most though is how the team members feel as a result of what you say and do.
Here’s Karyn Danielle discussing your ideal approach and how it affects:
- Team members’ attitudes.
- Their readiness to perform, and give it their all.
Like many parts of leadership, this requires feel and delicacy. Karyn offers several suggestions for how to help them feel connected to something that matters. Something larger than each of them as an individual.
In the less-than-4-minute video in her article, she brings this picture into focus. It’s worth a few minutes of your attention.
Enjoy the article. I hope you find it valuable.