9 Tips for Leaders to Make the Most of Collaborative Efforts

October 24, 2015 at 10:12 am Leave a comment

Elise MitchellThank you Elise Mitchell!!! Yes nines times yes!!!! Having my own experience with collaboration – she is right on in her advice to leaders.

Make the most of collaborative efforts via SmartBlogs.

In brief successful leaders of collaborative efforts:

  1. Set expectations
  2. Create the environment
  3. Encourage and support
  4. Don’t micromanage
  5. Study group dynamics
  6. Avoid posturing
  7. Establish a mentoring system
  8. Reward and promote
  9. Avoid internal competition

Elise Mitchell is CEO of Mitchell Communications Group, one of the 10 fastest-growing firms globally and a two-time Agency of the Year. She’s been named PRWeek Agency Public Relations Professional of the Year and a Top 50 Power Player in PR.

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