As an agile organization, Pinnacle quickly responds and builds an application development based on market changes, our customer culture, and value. Behind our success in delivering agile services to our clients is excellent and effective leadership. Let’s talk about leadership further.
In organizations, team leaders or managers maintain and inspect the work progress. Both have the same goal, to lead the team towards the vision. However, both of them can use different strategies to maintain their superiority.
Some leaders command individuals to work on task force or rank (most of the time, higher levels) without support or considering their needs. This kind of leader is not a good leader, but this happens. It occurs everywhere, and this working environment does not help the team to be motivated, drive more, and intentionally help the organization develop because they do not feel valuable. They are exhausted and unmotivated.
Do agile leaders differ?
Agile leaders do not differ from other leaders. They aim to nurture, guide and create a safe environment for the team to be productive, inspired, and feel safe and stable.
The organizational vision needs a team effort to become a reality, and every team member plays a significant role. Even if the agile slashes the siloing, the team needs guidance and a safe environment to grow and develop.
A leader must know which way the team will go and walk through them (support, nurture and develop) all the way.
The team’s productivity and inspiration enthralled Pinnacle teams to deliver more to our organization. It is our satisfaction to share with you the helpful tips for leading a team.
To become transparent to the team as a leader and a supervisor, you must set the organization’s vision. A leader should know where the team is heading or going. Leaders must clarify the vision to allow the team to focus on the organization’s goal. Blurred vision wastes team efforts and increases risks.
Inspire your team’s commitment. Your team helps the organization build the vision into reality. Continue to inspire, appreciate, and guide them in their individual development.
The last thing is that leaders must not treat people as their resources. Build a capacity with your team, and increase your organizational value and success by creating a conducive environment for everyone.