Wally Bock Answers Your
Supervisory Leadership Question
How do you create synergy within your team?
You don't create synergy. Synergy emerges from an effective team. If you chase the butterfly it rides away on the wind, but if you stand still in the right place the butterfly will come to you.
That said, there are some tactics that work. Build on strengths, yours, team members' and the strengths of the team as a whole. Make weaknesses irrelevant.
Show up a lot. If you do that you get to see your folks in action and learn about them. And you get to repeat your key messages. Showing up a lot also makes you part of the landscape instead of a special event.
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