Team /tēm/A group of people who perform interdependent tasks to work toward accomplishing a common mission or specific objective.
Here at LBE Solutions, we are committed to giving quality service to our clients. We achieve this by nurturing our business relationships with both our clients and staff. Our clients are the reason we work/our (some term of endearment) and our team members are the heart and soul of the business that keeps it going. Each member is selected with care and welcomed with open arms, because we know that a strong team is a happy one.
There are three main keys to having a brilliant team.Those keys are having great leadership, capable members, and trust.
The best leaders are patient listeners and excellent strategizers who provide thoughtful feedback. They possess the ability to listen to the needs of their clients and partner them seamlessly with the skills of their workers. Their listening ear is also extended to their workers needs and ideas, which makes them excellent middle men and the ultimate strategizers. They know the work that needs to be done and delegate the necessary tasks to their team members. They know just how to put them in the best position to perform optimally.
Capable Team Members
The team members are the leaders’ ligaments. Each has a specific skill set they have honed to be a highly functioning member of the team. After having diligent communication with their team lead, they are able to use their individual skill set to see the assigned projects through to completion. Capable members are adept at sharing the load of responsibilities with their leaders, which makes the work experience a more pleasant one.
Trust is an integral piece to the success of any relationship, be it platonic, romantic, or strictly business. The relationship between the client, employer and employee are all woven together by the thread of trust. This trust is interpersonal and necessary. The employer trusts the employee to do the work assigned to them with excellence and the employee trusts the employer to reward them justly when the work is done as agreed upon.
Teams are built upon the foundation of relationships and as a business, they are crucial to its success and should be handled with great care. With the right dynamic, anything is possible. Championships are won, empires are built and destroyed, and in our menial work lives, a week’s worth of work gets knocked out in days. Who wouldn’t want that? The end is worth the means and so you have to ask yourself, have I bonded with my team lately? And if not, you should get on that. The results might surprise you.