How do you know if someone is right for your team?
- Do you judged based on their level of conviction and belief in your company?
- Do you judge base on expertise and experience?
- Do you judge base past relationship or wins they have had with you?
For you to know chose a partner in your team, you look at their capabilities, capacity to hold your substance, character and finally level of understanding...
HOW TO: GROWTH STRATEGIES CAREER & WORKPLACE GROWTH STRATEGIES Five signs you have the right people on your team
It’s great that your team is talented and knowledgeable, but if they don’t participate in the culture you value and support your vision, they hold you back. Enlarge It’s great that your team is talented and knowledgeable, but if they don’t participate in the culture you value and support your vision, they hold you back
How can you avoid these kinds of painful and often costly mistakes? Spend the next five minutes to evaluate whether the people who surround you share these five traits:
They help you identify your blind spots and make you a better leader. They are multidimensional and understand how your business operates from different perspectives. They are multipliers – natural team builders who know how to scale. They don’t “play” office. They understand their responsibility for other people’s careers, paychecks – indeed, their livelihoods. They show up for the rest of the team and make others in the organization feel important
You don't just dish out responsibilities to a team member without first testing their capabilities.
I'd say, entrust them first with lesser responsibilities and watch their performance to know if they fit for the bigger picture
To pick the right person for your team is to observe their capability and accountability . A team member must know and identify the vision of your company and the expectation. Do not pick a team member just to fill a gap. A person that you pick will have different values and/or personalities that can either help your company to succeed or fail.
You can judge on their competency and expertise that they bring to the table; to include commitment and integrity. In all cases, be non-bias while picking a team member. Pick a team member that is going to be a great fit and access to your business.
Your company/business reputation is very important.
Commitment to improving areas of challenges in the company
Taking initiative to perform their duties without being told.
Showing the willing to be answerable to leadership.