Updated: May 22, 2018
Building a strong, effective team is critical to business success and that is why I pride myself on my ability to build interpersonal relationships. Hiring leaders is not about hiring the self-confessed team player with excellent communication skills.
A leader needs to build a team that can consistently perform, execute flawlessly and attain goals. They need to create a team that can earn the respect of the organization, take responsibility and learn from their mistakes.
A good leader will increase productivity, diversify the culture and increase the company’s bottom line.
This is why I celebrate my team because I am invested in building great leaders.
Appreciating our leaders helps them be more productive and effective in the community
Here’s how to do it: