When building a good team, you can think about these points of attention:
Invest in team building. Be clear in what you expect from each other and make clear agreements. Give people space, control capacity and appropriate autonomy. What fits the team, the situation, the task maturity of the team? Which working method suits your company, your goals, fits the value proposition of the company? In terms of management/guidance you can think of theory and insights from Hersey & Blanchard (Situational Leadership). Remember that there are people who are beginning and people who are more advanced in their work. As a manager, you need to adapt to how they want to be helped to perform at their best. Your style of leadership is tuned to that. The strength of the relationship (connection) is important here.
Think of current insights such as Agile working. (TOO BIG)
Don’t avoid confrontations: hard on business, soft on people.