1. Share information
Effective communication with updated news will help to improve team productivity and team bonding, so that your team member’s mind will not divert and they will enjoy working.
2. Adjust your style
Your team will consist of many different communication styles and personalities. You cannot manage everyone the same way, and don’t assume everyone wants to be managed the way you like to be managed.
3. Have fun
It is great to be the center of the fun but even when you are not gifted with humor, try to refresh everyone mind by cracking some jokes before serious meetings. Be professional but don’t forget to have fun.
4. Be advocating
If you want your team to start to follow your leadership, you should be putting extra hours. When your people see you’re putting extra hours, they are inspired to jump in and follow your lead.
5. Say thanks
A simple thank-you note makes a huge difference and doesn’t cost a thing. Everyone on the earth needs appreciation for their work so care enough to appreciate people on their achievements.
6. Remove obstacles
Work hard but with smart techniques. Don’t suppress creativity and innovation, and for this cut down some of the paperwork.
7. Focus your time
It’s the old 80/20 principle. Focus the majority of your time and attention on projects that generate 80% of your results and on the 20% of your people.
8. Empower through delegation
We know no one can do it as well as you can, but you need to delegate to give yourself time to complete tasks more appropriate for your level.
9. Set small milestones
Remember for achieving larger goals, always set small milestones; that will lead you to achieve larger goals. Don’t get depressed and don’t let your people get depressed while achieving their larger goals.
10. Give feedback
A leader should always give feedback to their team, as it is essential in making their team as productive as possible.