Team Requirement No. 3: You’re Killing It on Your ‘Hours of Power’
Is your morning routine dialed in? Do you have a non-negotiable, systemized approach to profit seeking daily?
If you said yes, good on you.
If not, you might want to work on your disciplines a bit before you put yourself out there as a role model. If you’re not consistently sticking to a morning schedule and setting that example for others, it will be difficult for you to expect team members to perform with the necessary daily discipline to succeed.
Bottom Line: If you’re not doing it and they’re not doing it, you’re not going to profit as a team.
Team Requirement No. 4: You Have Current Buyer/Seller/Lead Follow-Up Systems in Place That Create Raving Fans and Ensure a High Level of Service
Are your systems in place to the point that you can say you’ve fully operationalized your business?
If not, it’s not a total deal-breaker, but know this… Developing them as you grow your team will steal precious time away from your more immediate dollar-productive work. Can you afford that?
Team Leaders in our Team+ coaching program are given a comprehensive manual for running their businesses that draws on the experiences of others in the program. We know getting up to speed and implementing tactics and strategies is much easier when you’re operating from a proven playbook rather than starting from scratch.
Team Requirement No. 5: You Have an Accountability Structure in Place That is Utilized Daily
As a team leader, you need a built-in system to hold you accountable to your morning schedule, the systems you have in place, and the others on your team.
This accountability structure begins with you and must extend to all who join your team.
This straddles the line of creating your company culture, which we’ll cover in a future edition of TEAM SPOTLIGHT!
This is the first in a recurring series of TEAM SPOTLIGHT blogs. We have additional ideas in mind, but also want your input. What “team” topics are you curious about? How can we help you grow your team successfully? Let us know in the comments below. We’ll be back next month!