Creating a Strong Leadership Team

Building a solid working relationship

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Leadership Team members, even more than other teams, must trust, respect, and support each other. Since you work shoulder to shoulder with your colleagues every day, it is important to develop constructive working relationships with each other.

However, the need for some people to maintain their image or reputation within their own organization can be a big obstacle. Strong egos, as well as the practice of “being in charge” rather than collaborating with peers, can also pose problems.

To avoid developing superficial relationships within a Leadership team be sure to:

Tip 1: Get to know each other as people.

Tip 2: Practice open and honest communication.

Tip 3: Do “real work” together.





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