You are so motivated and excited to find new opportunity for your business to shine even more. You are so ready to show your capability and prove the world that you can bring your business into success. It is easy to feel excited to make something new that you think can help build your business positively. However, you also need to remember that there are people around you. They are your team members who are supposed to be on the same page as you.
Building interpersonal connection
It is important to improve your relational skills to connect with your team better. Your team is the one that will help you to execute ideas from scratch. However, you need your team to be working in sync and deeper connection. Here are several tips in building interpersonal connection with your team.
Develop your ideas further
Before getting too excited, try to think more of the ideas you have in mind. Think about what goals you want to achieve. Then, begin to choose the approach or path you want to take to accomplish your goal. However, you need to continue to the next steps which is breaking down the goals into smaller, actionable steps. Then, you can pick each one of the step and try to see which task is for who. After you plan everything, bring this material to be discussed with your team and see their opinion.
Maximize in-person time
Make more effort to maximize your in-person time. Multitasking is often with the reason of it being more efficient to tackled multiple tasks at the same time. However, multitasking also requires more hard work and concentration. Is is often that the obsession to multitask often leave people to be less productive instead. It can be the same when you build interpersonal connection with your team. For example, make sure that you pay full attention during meeting for your team evaluation. Even if there is a call, try to ignore it and receive it later instead of taking the call during the meeting.
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Try to trust your gut more
In running business, you still need to trust your guts aside from stats and metrics. Along with other stakeholders, you can take hold of what you deem is important metrics in the interpersonal relationship. This way, everything becomes clearer. Firstly, you need to see what the metrics says. Then, you can use your guts to assess what needs some extra energy. If you feel like you have not spent time with your team in a while, make conversation over lunch. This is also how you trust your guts because you do feel the need to make effort to get connected to your team.
When you are able to improve your interpersonal skill in your business relationship, it is easier to put your focus and success at work. Being a good leader is not easy but it is something you can learn and improve gradually. Earning skills in relational interactions will add another great quality you have as a good leader and successful entrepreneur.