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    How to build a good team?

    • Author:Nichole Lee
    • Source:KJX-Nichole
    • Release on :2018-04-03
                   6 Steps to Build a Strong Team
    1.Focus on roles.
    A thorough selection process for picking your team members has greater long-term benefits, even if this means you spend more time recruiting than you’d like to. Hiring someone just to have bodies in the room can harm your team. Companies that do this wind up becoming a revolving door, whether it’s becuase prospective employees see the role as a temporary landing pad and are less interested in learning, or beacuse you decide later on that they aren’t the right fit. This winds up costing you more money in the long run. Investing your time and money in people who truly specialize in the role your company needs will have immense payoffs later.
    Shenzhen Kangjiaxu Bags Co., Ltd. have a good sales & production team.

    2.Value each role.
    With each team member bringing something special to the table, treating each role as an essential part of your operation is also crucial. Each team member should feel like their job matters, without ever asking themselves, “why am i even here?” It’s no secret that a sense of purpose helps each employee’s performance. When employees feel that their role is undervalued or perhaps unnecessary, it can become easy to check out mentally as work becomes mechanical and something they completely detach from as soon as the day is over.

    3.Communicate.
    The best way to demonstrate value between team members is through commuications. It’s diffcult to feel like you are part of a team members don’t fill each other in on what they’re working on. Keep a level of transparency whenever possible with all team menbers,even if the information doesn’t directly pertain to every person on your team.

    4.Set goals
    Setting short and long-term goals with your team also becomes the foundation for every task they set out to complete each day. Being enthusiastic about the outcome and motivating each other with positive reinforcement will help your team members to make sure that they are work with a sense of a big picture, knowing why every task they do is necessary for achieving a longer-term goal. It’s important to note that these goal should be realistic so that you and your team don’t feel like you are working for a lost cause. Having milestones and deadlines can give team members opportunities to help each other out and band together for success.

    5.Celebrate successes and failures.
    Celebrating your successes and milestones also brings your team together and allows everyone to see that when thry work together, great things can happen. If someone does a great job at something, give them a shout out in front of the rest of team so that every efforts is seen and appreciated. This also helps each person to feel visible and that what they’re doning has an impact. In contrast, if your team fails at something, come together to redirect your efforts or turn it into something positive. Don’t throw anyone under the bus or turn a damage-control discussion into a blame game. This never helps anybody. Instead, give your team equal responsibility to put your heads together amd figure our the next steps or pivots.

    6.Know each other
    You are, of course, never obligated to become best friends on a personal level with your team members. But having a monthly outing or engaging in some offsite socializing can give team members a chance to appreciate one another for more than just the job they do. Getting to know the people you work with helps you understand their style of work and how to have constructive discussions with them on tough days.