Supercharge Your Team

Blumenstein, Wendy
January 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jan2005, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p9
The article focuses on the role of teamleaders. The article views that the actions of a team leader are critical to team success. If motivated, most people are capable of learning the specific behaviors of supercharged teams. Team members should observe the actions of executives. It is necessary to organize work around the required results and important objectives. The goals must unify the team and be written so all members can recite the milestones. Leading a team requires four actions and they are being an outspoken advocate for the business result, working out priorities with stakeholders, capitalizing on strengths and learning needed skills.


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