Lesson 3 Team Management Slideshow Presentation and Quick Lesson Summary

  • The five steps needed to develop a great team are:


  1. Create and Develop a strong team with solid expectations
  2. Motivate Professionally and with respect
  3. Recognize and Praise great work
  4. Evaluate and Appraise employee performance
  5. Compensate and Reward a job well done


  • These same five steps can be also used as building blocks to develop the individual.


  • A strong team knows exactly what is expected of them, and what it is they need to do.  This includes the goals they need to achieve.  A strong team also does not need to be micromanaged.


  • Continually look for ways to motivate the team to increase job performance.  Do it in a way, however, that does not insult their intelligence.


  • Show appreciation of their good work by making it a point to recognize and praise, when true praise is due.  Know the value of their exceptional skills.


  • Care about your team and their interests.  Let them know you always have their best interests at heart.


  • Evaluate and appraise their work by documenting it to be used in a performance review.


  • Give them the raise they deserve based on their job performance, while staying within budget.  Even small rewards mean a lot when you show respect towards the team and individual.


  • The key to managing different personalities is to take the time to get to know the people, and find out what makes them tick.  You have to know how to deal with aggressive, sensitive, quiet, and mean personalities, just to name a few.  You will be able to get the best out of them, by managing the personality, rather than using a generic approach.  Be tolerant of styles different from your own, and try to adapt to their personality to get your point across. 
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