How do you build a great team?

Baseball Season
Last week teams across the country celebrated Opening Day of Major League Baseball. The most important piece of opening day are of course the teams! Here at ASE Group we cheered for the 2015 World Series Champions, the Kansas City Royals. The Royals are a team that have shown that working together creates championship results. One element that helps the team succeed is the communication between players. For example, our catcher, Salvador Perez and our pitcher, Edinson Volquez. These two key players demonstrate effective and clear communication, the duo is able to manage and set expectations, therefore helping to lead their team on the path to success.

ASE Group has found the same type of team practices to be successful. Over the years, these tips have motivated us to be the best we can be and live by our “I Can, I Will” mantra.

Setting and Managing Expectations through Effective and Clear Communication

Everyone has expectations as to how and when they want a task completed. It is crucial when working with a team to effectively manage those expectations and understand how every member of your team works. New priorities constantly come up while you are on-site and preparing for event. Ensuring that your expectations are communicated as to how and when you would like the project to be accomplished is crucial in the success of the team. Never assume that someone knows the order in which the items should be completed. By clearly communicating the expectations, you and your team can then prioritize what is most important and be on the same page which will trigger tasks to be completed in a timely and productive manner.

When it comes to our clients, we value open communication and dialogue that allows us to understand expectations for their meetings and events. In order for the ASE Group team to achieve this, we have to be able to effectively and clearly demonstrate it with each and every member.

Having a great team behind you is important, whether you are playing in the championship game or creating a spectacular meeting or event. We believe that teamwork makes the dream work.

Contact us to share your tips that you have found successful with your team here where you can see what drives our

“I Can, I Will” attitude.

 

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