You May Get
One where I can mould them to my style – I’m in it for the long haul.
One that already buys into my ideas, full of creative individuals!
Regardless of the team, I’ll get results. I never fail.
A team of dependable members of staff, capable of following orders. It’s my job to come up with the ideas.
A team of flair, where every member feels they add something different.
Stick it out, you’re sure the results will eventually follow.
Change the people in your team, your ideas have been successful before.
If your team don’t improve, move onto a new job.
Call a staff meeting, let the team know it’s not good enough and they need to improve.
Promote younger, more enthusiastic members of staff. You know they’re keen to show what they’re made of.
You - You’re the boss, without you the team fails.
Sales - Of course, they’re the ones bringing in the results.
Accounting - Without them, the rest of the team falls apart.
Marketing – They’re making sure the world knows how good you can be at your best!
HR – Priority number one is getting a positive work environment where everyone is in the right role!
Remind the team this is just the start, and analyse what could be done better.
Treat yourself, maybe have a few drinks at lunch because of how well you did.
Pin a picture of this day on the wall, so that the team always remembers how successful you were.
Play down the success, you know there’s still bigger fish to fry.
Go around and shake every member of the team’s hand, you’re one of the gang, show them how much this means to you.
One that is organised and plans effectively
One that influences people to get what you want
One that promotes creativity, you know the results will follow
One that persuades your team to follow your vision
One that sticks to methods that have previously given you success
Fire them immediately, how dare they challenge the boss?
Chat to the person individually. If you don’t come to an agreement, maybe they should go?
Do nothing, and hope they’ll eventually come around to your ideas.
Criticise them to other members of the team, then wait for them to apologise.
They should know their place, and if they don’t like your style they know where the door is.
Attention to details
Good communication with the team
Finding new techniques
Practicing hard with the team
Luck and hardwork
Luck and patience
There is no particular ingredient.
Spending productive time with them
Helping them have enough practice
Giving motivational speeches
Making them learn new things
Openly communicating with them
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