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Team Leader Checklist As a good leader of your team, you have to play an integral role in helping your team with gaining a positive experience of daily task planning and management. There’re several key activities you need to undertake in order to build a productive team and lead your people efficiently. In this Team Leader Checklist we will describe what team goals can be set up, how to recruit your team, and what common tasks and duties of your leadership role may be.

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  1.  Team Leadership Activities.
    • Goal Setting. As a group leader you need to set up goals for your team. This will be your first task of your role. There are many techniques and methods for goal setting. For example, you can use SMARTA method to set up team goals that should be Specific, Measurable, Auditable, Relevant, Time-framed and Agreed.
    • Recruiting. Once goals for your future team have been established your next step is to recruit competent candidates. You will need to develop questionnaires and question lists to conduct face-to-face interviews and organize evaluation meetings with candidates. Be ready to review CVs, listen to what and how candidates say, analyze answers, communicate with other employers, discuss various situations with candidates, assess skills and abilities, etc. Team recruiting is a complex process, so you need to do your best to organize well-thought and productive interviews with candidates. This process ends up with choosing the best candidates who have met your requirements.
    • Team Building. Once the best candidates have been selected, your next step is to build a productive team. By using group meetings, workshops, conferences and training sessions you should present your people to senior management of your company, share team goals, set up expectations, demonstrate your management style, and do other tasks that contribute to creating a productive teamwork environment.
    • Development. This task requires you to use performance indicators to measure your team achievements on a regular basis. Performance statistics will help you identify productivity gaps and define ways for improvement. You can use various performance measurement methods. For instance, performance of your team can be measured by FABRIC method. This method states that the team is regarded as effective if its members are Focused on group aims and objectives, Appropriate to their roles with the team, Balanced in their priorities and efforts, Reliable in doing their tasks and duties, Integrated in existing performance management processes, and Cost-effective in their efforts.
  2. Team Leader Skills.
    • Team Development. As a group leader you must have a set of abilities to develop and educate your subordinates and also keep the group focused on teamwork.
    • Coaching. This set of skills allows you to coach team members and foster appropriate group behaviors. Also it is about your abilities to resolve conflicts and reinforce rules.
    • Negotiations. You should have the ability to negotiate both with your subordinates and senior management in order to ensure your team has all necessary resources (time, people, budget, technology) required for accomplishing their tasks and goals.
    • Decision making. As a good group manager you should be able to make well-grounded decisions and generate efficient management ideas for better team coordination and leading. This skill requires you to develop your analytical abilities and qualifications for tracking group dynamics and trends.
    • Communicating. A good group leader always knows how to plan and conduct workshops, regular reviews, meetings, and briefings. You should learn to organize team conference, meetings and workshops.
  3. Tasks and Duties.
    • Provide a personal example of ways your people should act in the team.
    • Help your team members to do things that seem to be impossible.
    • Manage your people by guidelines, principles, regulations and rules and avoid using unnecessary practices.
    • Define limits for decisions your team can make.
    • Make sure the team has skills and knowledge necessary for working effectively.
    • Develop various scenarios to manage day-to-day operations and deal with poor performance appropriately
    • Set up expectations and behaviors as to team performance and ways for improvement.
    • Help your team decide how to efficiently respond to customer requests and complaints.
    • Provide competent advice for your people to help them redesign the workplace and make it cost-effective.
    • Detect and remove any unnecessary work practices, policies and procedures that reduce team productivity.
    • Use various techniques to define daily goals and performance expectations for your team.
    • Work on improving your experience and knowledge in order to provide your team with new solutions and effective decisions.
    • Be able to recognize weaknesses and strengthens of your team and develop...

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