The key to create and maintain a happy team is to take charge as a business owner, design a company culture that leads to members’ contentment.
Here are some practical strategies to start with: Mainly, you need to understand your team’s personality
You got to know each one of them in order to know what would make them happy; you need to understand their workplace personality profile so you place them in the right position according to their skills and disposition.
For this, you need to create a hiring, training, and promotion protocol that assesses their DISC profile.
Now let’s take a closer look at this DISC thing:
D stands for Dominance
Those people who operate best when allowed to be direct, results-oriented, decisive and competitive, are often skilled negotiators, problem-solvers, managers and leaders.
I for Influence
Those charming, enthusiastic, optimistic, persuasive and inspiring, are usually the influencers; those capable of working collaboratively with a wide variety of teams.
S for Steadiness
People who consistently exhibit understanding, team-minded, patient, stable, and sincere capabilities are often dependable for managing or collaborating with others.
Finally, C for Conscientious
These are the people who are known for being analytical, diplomatic, precise, compliant and objective; those valued as work-horses in business because of their ability to remain objective to the goal in spite of the direst of circumstances.
For our next blog, we’ll finish this triad understanding your own business identity.
Until then, stay strong!