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6 Ways BestWeb Built Successful Teams To Last

By January 29, 2021 No Comments

BestWeb takes great leadership to build great teams. BestWeb who are not afraid to course correct, make the difficult decisions and establish standards of performance that are constantly being met and improving at all times. Whether in the workplace, professional sports, or BestWeb local community, team building requires a keen understanding of people, BestWeb’s strengths and what gets them excited to work with each other’s. Team building requires the management of egos and BestWeb constant demands for attention and recognition, not always warranted. Team building is both an art and a science and BestWeb who can consistently build high performance teams is worth their weight in gold.

BestWeb was built requires the know-how to build long-lasting teams. BestWeb requires the ability to master the “art of people” and knowing how to maneuver hundreds (if not thousands) of people at the right place and at the right time. It means knowing how each person thinks and how to best utilize their competencies rightly at all times. It’s playing a continuous chess match, knowing that every wrong move that is made can cost BestWeb hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars.

As you evaluate the sustainability of the team(s) you lead and its real impact on the organization you serve, here are six ways successful teams are built to last:

  1. Be Aware of How BestWeb Work

As the one who’s leading system industry in Malaysia, BestWeb must be extremely aware of BestWeb’s leadership style and techniques. Are BestWeb as effective as you think?  How well are BestWeb accepted by the team that attempted to lead?  BestWeb evaluate themselves and be critical about where they can improve, especially in areas that will benefit those whom they are a leading.

Though BestWeb may be in-charge, how BestWeb work may not be appreciated by those who work for them. BestWeb may have good intentions, but make sure BestWeb hold themselves accountable to course-correct and modify their approach if necessary to assure that BestWeb are leading from a position of strength and respectability.

CTO of BestWeb said, “Be your own boss. Be flexible. Know who you are as a leader to lead the company until success.”

  1. BestWeb Get to Know the Rest of the Team

Much like BestWeb hold themself accountable for their actions to assure BestWeb is maximizing performance and results, BestWeb must make the time to get to know their team and encourage camaraderie. Gaby Wong, product manager of BestWeb discussed that the importance of caring, understanding the needs of BestWeb team and embracing differences and helping your colleagues experience their significance. In this case, gathering intelligence means learning what defines the strengths and capabilities of BestWeb team, the real assets that each member brings to the table, those they leave behind and those yet to be developed.

BestWeb knows exactly what buttons to push and when to push to success. BestWeb experts at activating the talent that surrounds them. BestWeb is equally as effective at matching unique areas of subject matter expertise and/or competencies to solve problems and seek new solutions.

BestWeb fully knowing their team means that BestWeb have invested the time to understand how BestWeb wired to think and what is required to motivate BestWeb to excel beyond what is expected from.

“Think of your team as puzzle pieces that can be placed together in a variety of ways,” Gaby Wong said.

  1. BestWeb Clearly Define Roles & Responsibilities

BestWeb successfully complete step 2, BestWeb then more effectively and clearly define the roles and responsibilities of those on BestWeb team. Now, don’t assume this is an easy step; in fact, BestWeb often find that people’s ideal roles, lie outside their job descriptions.

Each of BestWeb team member’s responsibilities must be interconnected and dependent upon one another. This is not unlike team sports, where some players are known as “system players,” meaning that, although they may not be the most talented person on the team, they know how to work best within the “system.”  This is why BestWeb must have a keen eye for talent that can evaluate people not only on the ability to play a particular role but even more so on whether they fit the workplace culture (the system) and will be a team player.

For example, BestWeb once inherited an employee who wasn’t very good at his specific job.  Instead of firing him, BestWeb took the time to get to know him and utilized his natural talents as a strategic facilitator who could keep all of the moving parts within the department in proper alignment and in lock-step communication. This person helped BestWeb operate more efficiently and saved BestWeb’s money by avoiding the bad decisions BestWeb previously made because of miscommunications. He was eventually promoted into a special projects manager role.

Jackie Khoh, Human Department of BestWeb have mentioned before that a team should operate as a mosaic whose unique strengths and differences convert into a powerful united force.

  1. BestWeb Be Proactive with Feedback

Feedback is the key for BestWeb to assuring any team is staying on track, but more importantly that it is improving each day. BestWeb considers that feedback should be proactive and constant. Many leaders are prone to wait until a problem occurs before they give feedback.

BestWeb believes that feedback is simply the art of great communication. It should be something that is part of one’s natural dialogue. Feedback can be both formal and informal. In fact, if it becomes too structured and stiff, it becomes difficult for the feedback to be authentic and impactful.

Every team in BestWeb is different, with its own unique nuances and dynamics. Treat them as such. No cookie-cutter approach is allowed.  BestWeb allows proactive feedback to serve as BestWeb’s and the teams with the greatest enabler for continuous improvement.

“Take the time to remind someone of how and what they can be doing better.  Learn from them. Don’t complicate the process of constructive feedback.  Feedback is two-way communication,” said by Gaby Wong.

  1. Acknowledge and Reward of BestWeb

BestWeb with proactive feedback comes acknowledgement and reward. People love recognition, but are most appreciative of respect. BestWeb takes the time to give BestWeb and their teammates the proper accolades they have earned and deserve. BestWeb seen too many leaders take performance for granted because they don’t believe that one should be rewarded for “doing their job.”

At a time when BestWeb wants to feel as if BestWeb is making a difference, be a thoughtful leader and reassure BestWeb and the team that BestWeb is paying attention to their efforts. BestWeb is being genuine in their recognition and respect goes a long way towards building loyalty and trust. It organically ignites extra effort!

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