005 Her Amazing Life: How to Create and Build an A-Team (Part B)

How to build a great team at work

How to build a great team at work

The second and final part of this 2-Part episode on how to build a great team at work.

If you want to skip over the intro when Steph and Tiff talk about the great new things that are happening in their lives and businesses, go to the 6.35 minute mark and you’ll be taken straight to this juicy content of this episode 🙂

Some of the things we discuss in this episode include having a great support network around you, particularly outside your organisation.

When considering how to build a great team at work, there is a bit of planning involved. An organisational chart is one tool (when used with vision) that can help power you towards creating an A-Team and business.

Taking the time to understand your business needs, plan the type of team and carefully select team members to take your business to the next level is worth the effort in the short and long term.

We discuss the concept of “Hire Slowly, Fire Quickly”, employment and induction packs for new employees. We also cover the hard reality of terminating team members. There will come a time when, as an entrepreneur, small business owner, or manager of a team, you will be faced with terminating the employment of a team member. We take the time to explain why it’s in your best interests (and for the safety of your business) to be prepared and have a great employment law team for support and advice.

Steph uses:

Duc Legal: www.duclegal.com.au

McCabe Partners: www.mccabepartners.com.au

Some templates will be posted by Steph & Tiff in due course on the www.heramazinglife.com 🙂

A HUGE, HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS SUPPORTED OUR LITTLE MOVEMENT – you inspire us to keep sharing.

We hope you find this inspiring and educational. If you have any suggestions or comments, we would love to hear from you! Have an amazing few days until we meet again…

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