The Essential Guide To Creating A Productive Team

Take a look at how you can create the most productive team for your startup.

When formulating the business vision for your new startup, the chances are you are concerned with your profit forecasts, your funding sources, and your cash flow buoyancy. However, you shouldn’t neglect your hiring process and staff team management. The nature of your staff team will dictate just how productive and profitable your new business venture will be. Money matters will dictate much of your business vision, but it’s important to realize just how much impact your workforce will have on this. Take a look at how you can create the most productive team for your startup.

The Essential Guide To Creating A Productive Team


The most vital aspect of being a good employer is communicating with your staff. If your staff don't feel valued enough to receive an email or two each week detailing progress against targets, company-wide issues or updates to working methods, then they will rapidly begin losing interest in their work. You need to facilitate an attitude of hard work and determination within your team. Have a Monday morning briefing each week to allow your team to air their views and opinions. Make notes and don’t just pay lip service to their valid thoughts. Be present and show your face around the office.

Most importantly, have an open door policy and get to know your employees. This is tricky in an organization of thousands of employees, but not within a small startup. This personal approach is what makes working for a smaller business entity attractive and can appeal to the brightest minds. To help maintain the staff mojo, ensure that you are an employer that values personnel and gives them a shout out for excellent work.


Every member of your team should know the policies and methodologies that your startup utilizes. This creates a cohesive and consistent approach to working. If you head to, you will see just how important sales enablement is to create a measured, consistent and collaborative approach by all staff members to generate revenue. Having every employee tap into and share the ethos of your company is vital for it to run like a well oiled machine. Each employee has his or her talents and skills and brings something to your processes. Celebrate this and make sure your team knows how much you value them.



As an employer, it is up to you to facilitate an exciting workplace in which to work like those displayed at The beige tiles and brown walls and polystyrene ceiling tiles simply won’t cut it in the twenty first century. You need to make your workplace inspiring and inviting. You want your employees to relish coming into work every morning. Whip out the white paint, put up some inspiring pieces of artwork, set up some collaborative working pods and foster those water cooler moments. You want a positive buzz in your office, so use your decor skills to inject a bit of life into your working environment.

A productive team is vital for your profitability. Use this guide to create a cohesive team to compete with your industry rivals.


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The Essential Guide To Creating A Productive Team
Take a look at how you can create the most productive team for your startup.
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