3. participative basic leadership, alluding to a pioneer's utilization of colleagues' data furthermore, contribution to deciding; 4. indicating concern, alluding to a gathering of practices that exhibit a general respect for colleagues' prosperity; and 5. illuminating, alluding to the pioneer's dispersal of far-reaching data, for example, mission and theory and in addition other importation data (Xue, Bradley, Liang, 2010). As a manager, how would you reward teamwork?
Principles to Remember I would make sure team agrees on what success looks like. This will bring the group together to discuss progress against goals and how to improve the moving parts of the project to reach out goals and succeed. One thing I would never consider doing is only thinking of rewards as money. This definitely tells a lot of a project manager and how a manager is not into investing time on people’s interests as there are lots of non-monetary perks that people appreciate ( Schippers, Hartog, Koopman, Knippenberg, 2018). Schippers, M., Hartog, D., Koopman., P., Knippenberg, D. (2018). The role of transformational leadership in enhancing team reflexivity. Xue, Y., Bradley, J.,Liang, H. (2010). Team climate, empowering leadership, and knowledge sharing.
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