3 Questions to Lead Your Team to Success

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Micromanaging your team can lead to success. However, if you want a team that functions at a high level and with creativity, you must give your team some autonomy. Instead of dictating how you want a project to be completed, describe, in detail, the results you want. Your role as a leader is provide your team with what they need, and to remove obstacles – make sure you are not one of those obstacles.

Instead of constantly checking up on your team’s progress, ask these questions:

  • What do you need to complete this project?
  • What is in the way?
  • How can I help?

Make sure you engage in conversation with your team. Notice that the questions above are open-ended; they open the door for conversation. Look for ways to help, but stay out of the way. Your team will appreciate your confidence in them.

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