9 Steps to Better Time Management
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Manage your Team Building by Walking Around

As crazy as it may sound one of the best ways to manage is by walking around. There are 3 simple and easy tasks you can do while walking around to manage your team better. These simple 3 actions will improve morale, production and team building pride!

First, look for things your team is doing right. When you find them, see them or hear them praise the person responsible right away and in front of as many people as possible. Make sure your praise is sincere, honest and to the point. Don’t overdo it praise only the actions you have overseen that you want to be repeated again.

Second, take the time to talk to your team about their interests. Ask them questions about them. A couple of really easy ones are, how was your weekend or what are you doing this weekend. This isn’t to be buddy, buddy with them. It is just to show genuine concern in them for who they are. To show interest in their families, hobbies and other activites.

Third, look for ways to clean up, organize or help with tasks to make your teams work environment a better place to be. This is a great way walk your talk by taking action to help improve their work spaces.

Depending on the size of your team you can do this once a day or a couple times a week. If you manage enough people you could do a department a day. It is important to be consistent and sincere to achieve great results! Remember to have fun.


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