Identifying and using traits that generate successful outcomes can also help to inspire greater self esteem for individuals and for others. In many ways, when one person sets a good example through strength, perseverance, and creative problem solving, it also allows surrounding people to recognize those aspects within themselves. This can organically generate good leadership skills and good team work, not because people are having demands made on them, but because they feel truly encouraged to work the best of their abilities.
Many leaders find that it is this combination of their own ability to work hard and remain humble that makes the strongest impact on those around them. Achieving the balance of characteristics is also much of what leads to cohesive teams, and this teamwork pools strengths for lasting results. By cultivating these types of relationships, a greater network of support is created.
Along with relationship skills, it is equally important to recognize the contributions of others. This means that ego issues need to take a back seat, so that honest communication and collaboration can occur. The result is that others on the team can truly put their unique talents to good use and everyone builds upon the ideas and skills of one another. It unleashes potential, and sets up a winning situation of mutual benefit.
In order to encourage this environment, communication is a must. This is not only the clear identification of goals and objectives, but also the ability to listen to input and objectively consider the points being made. Speaking up when there is an important point to relay, and allowing others to have the floor can also support the team environment.
One of the great outcomes is that the better a team functions, the better each individual also functions on their own. This positive growth atmosphere encourages people to see that they have great resilience, while the strength that is witnessed in others can further bolster resolve. By nurturing these traits in self and others, success in any endeavour may be achieved.