Workshop Training

Kimberly Frazier

Workshop Training

I – Identify the Value your Team Offers

It is time to boost the confidence of your team by giving them the spotlight they have been striving for. Regardless of the designation, every determined member of your team needs to be recognized and appreciated for their efforts and contributions towards helping the entire time achieve their goals.

M – Mentor and Model the Path to Success

Mentorship is the way to success. Train your team members the way you want them to perform. Handing out blueprints will not get the job done. This is the time where you change their mindset and take them along with yourself on the path to success. Allow your team to walk with you and stay united.

P – Prioritize People over Profits

Every organization aims for financial stability. Your goal over here should be to value your team members over massive profits. The focus here is not to put one thing over another, but to balance both equally while ensuring your team feels more valued. This will not only keep them motivated, but ready to tackle any obstacle that comes in their way.

A – Acknowledge Effort & Celebrate Growth

Acknowledging efforts and celebrating organizational success, are the core factors of any established firm. Any team under the supervision of a leader will be habitual of acknowledgment of their efforts and timely celebration of their growth. This may create competition within the team members, but it will be for their good. Promoting growth and more efforts to achieve bigger goals.

C – Commit to Care

Catering the financial needs of your team members is not enough. Their emotional well-being and support are equally important. Prioritize their every need which the organization can look after to ensure higher retention rate, minimized turnover and maximized profit for the firm. This combination is likely to make any venture thrive among its competition.

T – Treat your Team the Way They Want to be treated

Give respect to earn respect, is a simple rule of life. The same rule applies everywhere, even in running organizations regardless of their niche and size. Treat the members of your team with the same amount of respect you expect from them. It appears to be a give and take situation. There is indeed a hierarchy that has to be followed, but respect works both ways.

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