The importance of developing strong teams and team leaders

Team leaders can help get the most of your employees.

Every office has leaders. The real question isn’t whether or not they exist, instead ask do employers actually take the time to identify them or, at the minimum, commit resources to develop employees into leaders?

Unfortunately, the answer appears to be “No, they don’t.” A survey conducted by the Associated Financial Group found that out of 300 human resource professionals or executives, only 5 percent said the most effective team they ever worked with was one that existed at their former employer.

Only 5 percent!

And even worse, only 2 percent said the best team they’ve ever worked with was at their current company. Most cited sports teams they used to play on or public service organizations they were part of when they were younger.

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