Create a team identity

Inspired team name

* Clarity

  • To clarify the team’s mission and vision. If you don’t have a team mission and vision, have your team collaborate and create them.
  • For a specific project, clarify goals and the purpose.

* Commitment

  • Identify the level of engagement of your team members.
  • Encourage engagement by showing yours.
  • Tell your team why it (or the project) is important to you and the team.

* Contribution

  • Determine the strengths and weaknesses of your team.

* Concerns

  • Make sure you allow your team members to voice their concerns, comments, or questions.

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