Helping your team members to hone their skills makes you a great and in-demand manager.
Not only does it help the organisation, it is a personal development and growth for your team as well.
Regular feedbacks are a good way to help people develop.
You have your team in place and you have the tasks assigned with the members.
The next part is the actual execution.
Motivation plays a key factor in team management.
You need to bear in mind that different people have different needs when it comes to motivation.
Some individuals are highly self-motivated, while others will under-perform without managerial input.
This again brings in the part where you need to know your team and be able to judge where your inputs are needed the most.
Know your team for proper delegation
The first and foremost task of a manager is to delegate tasks in a team.
Fact: No matter how many skills you have, you cannot simply do everything by yourself.
Having a team makes tasks easier and accomplishes them much more efficiently.
Task delegation does not mean that you state the task and wait for someone to choose it.
You need to know all there is to know about your team, then, think about the skills, experience and competencies within your team, and start matching people to tasks.
Building the team
Before you get to manage a team, it is very essential to prepare your team, because, let’s face it, you cannot be building a team without intent.
It is a given fact that your team members will be individuals with very different mindsets and points of view, but it is still important for you to ensure that each member of your team is a good fit and can work well with others.