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team leadershipTeam Leadership

Team Leadership today is complex. Matrix management, virtual teams, global management, multiple responsibilities and a constantly changing market contribute to the complexity of the leader's role.

All these considerations mean you can no longer lead from the ivory tower and expect to drive your people via intimidation or performance management. If a team member's performance is not satisfactory, then the manager is equally to blame for this lack of success.

Team Leadership requires co-ordination, influence and clear communication to align the efforts of its members. Just driving your team to achieve outcomes can demotivate them, and reduce engagement. Yet an over- optimistic approach can have the team ignoring reality.

 

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