Commited to make a great team even better - with your help!
Creating a high-performing team is incredibly important in our business. There are certain qualities that are necessary to have our employees dedicated to working together and completing tasks to move our company forward. However, what really makes us a successful team is people who communicate effectively, recognize each other’s opinions and appreciate the contribution of every team member.
Below you find our "Checklist", a set of reminders to ourself that will help us to create a successful team where people trust, respect each other and work together towards common goals.
At FSS Flight Planning we live by these principals - at least we are trying really, really hard! Help us to make our team even better and tell us where we can improve as an uprising and growing competitor in the Flight Planning industry. We want, no we need your expertise and look very much forward to get to know you and meet you in our headoffice in Austria.
#1. State company goals first
Analyze your current business situation and start building a team according to what you want to achieve.
#2. Keep your team at a manageable level
Large groups are usually difficult to manage. The statistics show the size of a successful team should be limited to 5 -10 individuals for maximum effect.
#3. Involve knowledgeable individuals
Involving the most knowledgeable individuals doesn’t mean you (as a manager) walk away. Involving people and then abandoning them makes them feel as if they’ve been screwed over. Stay in touch and develop quick ways to check in, gather information, give input and express your appreciation for the work being done.
#4. Don’t ignore newcomers
Though newcomers are often less knowledgeable folks, their energy, creativity and enthusiasm hold a great potential for the future of the organization.
#5. Provide continuous communication
Ensure that every employee is aware of what needs to be done, what is being done, what has been done, and why.
#6. Agree on motivational tools
Determine how employees will be motivated. Recognition, extra holiday time, promotions or award ceremonies are all valid motivators.
#7. Update goals once they are achieved
Emphasize continuous improvement and track all progress no matter how small. Fifteen or twenty ideas that can each save 1% of costs will pay off with great benefits in the short and long run.
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