I always think that human beings complicate our lives, and that in reality things are very simple. Team leaders of the various companies which performed training the coaching often share with me the difficulty of having a self-reliant and fully committed team. I always tell them that the first step, the imperative to generate extraordinary results, is the building trust on a computer. This is plain and simple.
Many experts have argued this simple concept: trust is the seed that brings forth great results in business. But the reality is that equipment companies are driven by fear, instead of confidence. Fear of a team leader he makes mistakes that pose a threat to job, or the fear that you might lose control over the tasks and activities of the team, and fear generate overconfidence that results that team members do not take him seriously.
If a team member believes that what he says in a meeting can be used against you by another partner, speak and then not lose your contribution. If you think you can prosecute him or ridicule, Nor will speak. That is scary.
But fear does not lead to any positive place. We can only lead and achieve extraordinary results if you are willing to trust, and sometimes unconditionally trust in our team. And That means leaving our comfort zone. It is convenient to delegate and trust others tasks and decisions that have very well controlled. And it is not comfortable to hear criticism or opinions contrary to your position, that's what happens when you create an environment of trust in your team.
However, just out of our comfort zone we can learn, grow, improve. There is no other way.
I'll ask several questions to check whether or not there is confidence in your team. Are all the issues and problems the team is passionately discussed, openly, by all team members? Do they talk and say all? They do? Constructive criticism to the team, steadily? If you answered yes, congratulations, because you probably have a computer, based on mutual trust between them.
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