Be a true team leader

February 27, 2013 13:19
Be a true team leader

You are representing a team at your work place... with the responsibility of handling the team, segregating the work, assigning the work to each team member according to the band levels and capability, ensuring the work done on time with the good output and what not. Being a senior member in the team, you have to handle various situations, right from work to managing interpersonal relations you need to be a winner in every aspect.

But how will you do so? Is the question that would pop up many times you encounter a difficult situation.

Here are some tips you can implement to master the art of success both at work and maintaining good relations with your colleagues.

It is a complaint from many executives that their boss often fails to assign the right work according to their designation and capability. In a hurry to complete the work why do you want to do the same mistake as well? Assign the work according to the individual's capability and cadre, before this divide the work accordingly. If you want your entire team to be well versed with all the work, rather than one employee being able to do on set of work only, then you can convey the same to all the team members, before assigning the work. This way, you will be looked upon as a boss who not only strives for a quality output at work but also for a individual employee's development.

In every team, there would be a person who will definitely work hard to get the work done but at the same time is not outspoken or comparatively weaker when it comes to communication.  You can encourage such employees by asking them to give presentations, talk in the meeting and appreciating them for their work done.

Rather than being a tough boss all the time, you can always know the trick of getting the work done and yet being friendly with your team. The only thing is you need to know till what limit you need to be close with your team members and where to draw a line of limit that makes the team not to take your friendliness into their advantage.

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