1. Grant teams the authority to make important decisions: Teams that are doing important work for their organizations and are allowed to make important decisions are the most effective.
2. Encourage employees to ask “what if?”: Your team will have the advantage of being prepared for almost any situation they encounter by
discussing a variety of possible outcomes.
3. Work to resolve differences: It is important to address each employee’s
Concerns and work through them as they arise in order to remain a united team working toward a common goal.
4. Make sure your managers are following your new team-empowerment playbook: Push your managers to give responsibility to their employees to work out problems and come up with ideas.
5. Practice building consensus: Employees will learn the importance of making compromises that are good for the company as a result.