Teams are made and formed by relationships. The members do not necessarily need to be best buddies or best friends, but two essential elements are important to build a healthy relationship and, therefore, cultivate a good teamwork: trust and respect. Relationships are built over time, when one person has respect for another. Gradually, trust beings to build, too. You don’t have to be a close personal friend with everyone at work, but you do always need to show each person respect and professionalism.
If there is no professional trust among group members, team will never perform at par. At the same time, there must be a balance between being personal and professional to our team members. If we become extremely professional by delegating tasks and demand results with paid for the work done attitude, the team will not work. We have to use some emotional intelligence and connect with the other employees.
Here are some guidelines to…
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