Ways to Effectively Lead your Team/ Organization

Dominick Borzomati

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  • Know Your Competition And Their Product Inside Out.

    Don't limit your competition only to the ones you know. Keep an eye out for latent competitors too. Once you know what these people are doing, you can build a better mousetrap.

  • Consistently Do Extraordinary Things.

    Spend more than 50% of your time leading yourself: your purpose, ethics, principles, motivation, and conduct. Create the circumstances of what you want to make happen, go before and show the way.

  • Take A Look Periodically At Where You Are And Where You Want To Go.

    Vision is great for moving ahead, but you need to look at where you are before you continue forward. Regroup, readjust the direction of your sails, and then move on.

  • Really Create An Atmosphere Of Teamwork.

    Pay more than lip service to the concept of teamwork. Gather everyone on your team as equals. Let the team set its own goals for success.

  • Develop A Sense Of Authenticity.

    "Do as I say, not as I do" does not apply to work groups anymore. To keep teams motivated and focused you need to have moral authority in order to gain the same from your people.

  • Take Care Of Your Customers. Take Care Of Your Teammates.

    Tangible results will follow from truly caring for everyone involved in the process. Every person matters!

  • Create More Leaders Than The Competition.

    Leaders can be found and placed at every level of an organization. Teams feel better about their performance when they feel valued for their contribution.

  • Share In The Economic Gains Of Your Organization.

    Sharing the wealth with everyone creates a vested interest for everyone to succeed. It's also a great avenue for accountability, and encourages people to innovate.

  • Lead Individuals, Not Groups.

    Team leaders don't lead teams. They lead collections of individuals who together make up a team. Everyone has different strengths, weaknesses, and needs. A team is only effective if their needs are identified and acknowledged, then enhanced.

  • Develop A Service Orientation Rather Than An Individual Achievement Mentality.

    If you're looking for individual pats-on-the-back rather than a team accomplishment, step back from leading teams. You will be very frustrated and the team members will feel used.

    My name is Dominick Borzomati with DWB Associates. We are Business Development Specialists and have been since 1993. We work with individuals committed to moving themselves and their businesses to the next level.

    At DWB what we do is ALL about YOU. . .

    Our programs focus 100% on YOU, they address YOUR needs, and concerns. They help YOU to clearly identify opportunities, enhance YOUR strengths, clarify YOUR market position and YOUR competitive capabilities and provide YOU with a clear and concise understanding as to where YOU are and where YOU need to go. Most importantly they provide YOU with a series a simple actionable steps that YOU can choose from that will enable YOU to move YOURSELF and YOUR business to the next level.

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