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Help Me, Help You

Contrary to popular opinion, the best way for leaders to grow professionally is by the support of their teams. Leaders should work to encourage teamwork and cohesiveness. In return, employees elevate these leaders into higher status, and the organization benefits. Ultimately, it is a mutually beneficial help me, help you strategy. Aligning Team Goals In pursuit of organizational goals, leaders must work to ensure team members share a common goal. The best way is to identify areas whey individuals struggle to explain the way towards a certain goal.  Team leaders can either step in to help explain the situation or ask team members to help the individual. Such conversations also create room for team members to work towards aligning their individual goals towards the larger organizational goals, which strengthens the team spirit and improves morale. Seeking the Truth Often, organizational structures encourage linear feedback systems, where feedback can only come from the top. However, application of communication software such as POPin helps leaders receive feedback and suggestions from the team on the most effective strategies, and criticism on personal approaches to issues. Leaders can address concerns and even correct negative behavior when necessary. Continuous Growth The help me, help you strategy further encourages conversations which help leaders identify problems in their strategies, foresee roadblocks and implement changes that improve effectiveness. The best strategies are flexible, and always adapt to changing market needs. Through POPin, leaders can encourage feedback, improving the continuous success of the strategy. Local Ownership The best way to strengthen team connection is to encourage team members to solve problems with available resources without referring to the leader for guidance. For example, if you identify systems, roadblocks or systems that are affecting your progress, encourage your team members to come up with solutions. However, do not let it end at ideation; encourage them to come up with an implementation strategy that involves the entire team. Thereafter, they can vote for the best strategy and work together towards its implementation. Such exercises create a sense of local ownership. Teams approach projects with enthusiasm, support each other and work harder to see their ideas come to fruition. Gradually, such an approach improves individual and team productivity. As a leader, their success is your success; you spend less time managing people. You can now focus on your work, with the assurance that your team will successfully oversee each project to the end. Progress Assessment The best way to assess the success of your approach is to assess your progress as a leader and of your team. Through POPin, you can receive 360-degree feedback to help you identify and measure progress, and also plan for the future. Organizations that encourage strong team connections elevate their leaders, and benefit from long-term success. Teams enjoy a stronger working relationship, and there is more trust between employees and their leaders. There is also more honesty between employees and the management, enriching the decision making process for the success of the organization.