Successful Teams = Lasting Relationships

When a leader cannot grasp their purpose they are unprepared to work for all members of his or her team such individuals are unsuited for building success with the team.

As a result, team members will drift. Often because they might be seeking a new leader who is able to demonstrate that he or she understands the role of serving and placing the needs of all team members of the team first.

Effective leaders understand that their role and will make removing obstacles, lowering barriers, and providing clear direction for their teams a priority. Additionally, the responsible leader shall strive to accomplish all the tasks that make them active team enablers.

The enabler is one who allows his or her team to do what they are commissioned to do; accomplish project goals and achieve results that supports the broader organizational objective.

While the limited work done on projects are temporary, the relationships built because of them between the team members and their leaders be lasting.

To that end, practical team leadership should steer toward to facilitating, nurturing, and professional development to help build and promote stable relationships that support the team and individual successes.