When you view your team's strengths as assets rather than threats to your position, you can establish a culture of trust and collaboration within the team. As a confident and competent team leader, you should encourage your team to share their strengths and weaknesses and work together towards a shared goal.
Rather than feeling intimidated by someone else's skills, you should be confident in your own abilities and recognize how these skills can complement each other to achieve great things. Building a strong team requires a confident and collaborative approach. By valuing the strengths of each team member and fostering a culture of trust and respect, you can create a powerful team that works together toward success.
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