Team Building

By : Chas Wilson |October 28, 2015 |Blog |0 Comment

When you decide to grow a business, you are making a commitment to building a team. Even if you start as a solo entrepreneur or a freelance service provider, you are eventually going to need help. You’ll need other vendors to provide you things you can’t or don’t want to do yourself. You’ll likely become an employer as you grow. All of this is on the right path and allows you to get more done, serve more people, and get more dollars per hour. In the book Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Stephen Covey calls this habit number 6, Synergize. What he means is that we accomplish more when we work with and through others. I call this the fifth business discipline, Team building.

Entrepreneurs multiply their results and earn more income as they add talented people to their business team. It will free them up to do what they do best and get paid the most for. It attracts specialized talent: administrative, sales, service, and technical people, who will then do the best possible job at each of their specialties.

Mastering the fifth discipline, Team building, requires learning how to find talent, attract talent, make good hires, and then inspire performance and create teamwork and culture. The ultimate skill of master entrepreneurs is the power of leadership and networking. People aren’t born leaders they learn to be leaders. Where are you on the path of team building and leadership mastery? Focus on this because it will bring long-term rewards.

When it comes to Team Building, also think about adding a talented, qualified business coach. They will add great value to your team and help you through the hunting, hiring and growth of new team members. Click here to request a complimentary coaching call from one of our Next Level Coaches today.

~ Chas Wilson

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