How To Build A Productive Team

 How to build a productive team

Successful business owners appreciate that their employees are the most valuable asset within their organisation. Without that dream workforce behind you it is harder to put your great ideas in to practice.

How do you achieve this goal?

Visualise - take time to think about how you would like your business to take shape in 3 to 5 years time. Look at your existing staff and envisage whether through training and restructuring if they can be part of the framework to achieve your dreams. If there are gaps to be filled, start the search now for these key workers.

Stand Out – You need to attract the inspirational new employees. Make yourselves more attractive. Give yourself the edge by improving your brand through social media channels, your website and career/job networking events.

Change – You might have to change your recruitment process. Speak to your HR team or engage with a recruitment agency.

Create New Roles - Keeping up with technological changes in industry may require the creation of new roles that you may never have envisaged within your organisation. Keep a firm hold on where your industry is heading and bear these changes in mind.

Training - Encourage your existing team to take up training that you offer or be open to suggestions from employees as to how they would like to learn and develop. This helps build trust and confidence with current employees and will feed through to prospective staff that you are trying to attract.

Reward - celebrate progress in your existing team with a system in place to reward new ideas and initiatives.

Grow – As a leader you are the focal point of the team. Set yourself new challenges and be aware of your weak spots before these are exploited or used as an excuse for poor team performance.


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