Whether handpicked, assigned, or some combination of the two, team members need to get to know one another. First-time team leaders can be overly eager to tackle the tasks at hand.
Suppose it’s your first day in a new job as a leader and you have only a few months to master the skills you need to be an extraordinary leader. What skills do you need to learn or polish?
“Step to the Rear,” from the 1967 Broadway production How Now, Dow Jones, announces that “here’s where we separate the notes from the noise, the men from the boys, the rose from the poison ivy.”
Ryan was a newly appointed second level manager with a health care company. His department focused on building quality internal IT customer service.
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Teamwork is essential to the success of your business. But there’s a lot more to it than describing your employees as “team members” or using clichés such as “our team is here to help you”.
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