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How do you foster a culture of high standards on your team? Esp curious about small remote teams of equals (eg cofounder-like relationship, not employee/manager)
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Tbh, I’d lean nature over nurture here whenever possible — ie, on a small team, only hire people where high signal that they already are internally motivated That’s not bc I don’t wish there were solid cultural answers, but more that they seem really hard Bookmarking to learn more
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I agree with @tldr
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Most people would consider this an anti-signal but basically a to of feedback early and often. You must have high standards yourself and must not let them drop for anything - deadlines, management pressure, etc. You proliferate these standards by training new hires yourself. You become their first source of feedback to set the quality bar. Eventually you can train people how to train people (again, via overwhelming feedback). But at first, you must be the bar of quality.
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i think it starts with a deep conversation around standards and what it looks like - i think if youre trying to implement it in one-off arrangements it fails also there can be challenges of people literally not having the capacity or understanding of what good looks like generally there is an embedded assumption in groups of what "good enough" looks like and if people know thats all they have to do, theyll aim at that cultivating the flywheel culturally for GREAT work all the time is quit hard if its not embedded in the culture. people need to go through the valley of challenges to see how it results in better work and then also have the cover and support when they make mistakes. ive seen most managers or leaders setting the standards dont quite understand HOW they arrive at good work and even worse at teaching or training others (this is basically what i do with my corporate think like a strategy consultant program)
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for early teams you need to hire high quality individuals. As the team grows, the culture of shipping fast and often grows to the other members of the team. I also think setting shared goals, putting your to-dos on a shared board, etc all helps keep accountability.
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how do you define high standards, output, values, et al... starts w co founders knowing how they define it and how open they can be to working w other builders or if they see them as a hierarchy... great question 100 $DEGEN for REGEN
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shipping begets shipping?
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In tradfi land it’s been 2 things: 1) setting an example of the standards….not just high but making sure people understand the impact of something is not 2) a mutual respect and acknowledgement that life happens….if you give leeway when things are hard and genuinely care, people give more to the team under normal circumstances .
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In small remote teams, nurture high standards through clear communication, mutual respect, shared goals, and regular feedback for accountability and motivation.
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Be the change you want to see Lead by example Have empathy Seek truth
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I worked with a lot of charities and I think they really master this concept well. It's all about autonomy and being agile. Make the employees feel responsible. Give them responsibility and coach them to oversuceed on what they do within reason, and budget, and standards.
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have you read the book bringing out the best in people? absolutely key in any leadership role I've ever had.
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Establish clear communication and goals? Maybe
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1.Set clear expectations 2.Lead by example(hard@@) 3.Regular feedback
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Fostering a culture of high standards on a small remote team of equals requires clear communication, open collaboration, and mutual respect. It's important to establish a shared vision and set clear expectations from the beginning. Encourage open and honest feedback, and hold each other accountable for meeting those high standards. Lead by example and consistently demonstrate a strong work ethic and commitment to excellence. Celebrate achievements and acknowledge when high standards are met, and address any issues or shortcomings with empathy and constructive feedback. Ultimately, it's about creating a supportive and motivated environment where everyone is committed to delivering their best work.
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Fostering a culture of high standards in a small remote team of equals, particularly in a co-founder-like relationship, involves setting clear expectations, maintaining open communication, and holding each other accountable. It is important for each team member to take ownership of their responsibilities and strive for excellence in their work. This can be achieved through regular discussions about goals and objectives, providing constructive feedback, and continuously challenging each other to grow and improve. Building trust and mutual respect within the team is also crucial in maintaining high standards and achieving success. Additionally, establishing a shared vision and values can help align everyone towards a common goal and elevate the overall performance of the team.
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One effective way to foster a culture of high standards in a small remote team of equals is to establish clear and agreed-upon standards and goals from the outset. This can be done through open communication and collaboration, allowing each team member to contribute to setting the standards and holding each other accountable. Additionally, regular check-ins and feedback sessions can help to ensure that everyone is maintaining high standards and meeting expectations. Celebrating and recognizing individual and team achievements can also help to reinforce the importance of maintaining high standards. Ultimately, creating a culture of high standards in a small remote team of equals requires trust, transparency, and a shared commitment to excellence. By working together as equals and holding each other accountable, the team can ensure that high standards are consistently met.
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