When you establish your structure, try to avoid pigeonholing people into specific roles. People have strong preferences for certain tasks and will often perform them better than anyone else can, regardless of whether or not they enjoy doing them! For example, if one person is very good at making timelines, but you assign the task to someone who hates doing it, productivity will suffer.
Another thing to avoid is assigning tasks based on people’s titles or roles in an organization. While some people are very good at managing other members of a group or leading projects, not everyone has these skills! This means that while one person may be in charge of hiring and firing, an effective team will place their most capable member in the position of a leader instead.
After you have determined your tasks and assigned them to different members of your team, they will need to communicate with each other regularly. Establishing a core time that everyone on the team is available is important, but it is equally important that they communicate outside of this time as well! This means that if someone sees something they think another person should know, they need to tell them right away.
Finally, the most important part of team building is enjoying yourself! People are much more likely to perform at their best when they are happy with the way things are going, so if you can make your team members feel that they are a valuable part of the organization and that their voice is being heard, you will have a much more effective group!