Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.
2. Teach them the business and involve them in key decisions
They need to be seen as participant in business decisions by other divisions in the company, including their stakeholders; and chances are you won’t be yet either. Do what you can to drive the culture by making sure your role on the board is meaningful; and educate those around you to ensure they have an appropriate role in management teams.
3. Treat them how you want them to be, not how they currently are
4. Keep the communication lines open
They like to know they are part of your big picture. Visit them, talk to them, share your visions with them. They will reward you with their dedication and hard work. Trust will only start building itself by communicating and giving your team the attention it deserves to be successful.
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