Employees that consistently give additional discretionary effort to their tasks can propel performance forward. It all begins with the employee experience that will keep employees invested in their work and loyal to their organization. Learn how enabling and training your employees prepares them to take on new challenges, and recognize how to identify and address low engagement and employee burnout.
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Too many people aspire to leadership roles for the wrong reasons. “Becoming a leader,” they think, “is the best way to make the most money” or “get the most perks” or “have the most control.” Ambition fuels achievement and is essential to a thriving career. But it is a mistake to pursue leadership roles for selfish reasons. Seeking leadership roles shouldn’t be about what the role can do to advance your career. Lots of things can help you be an effective leader. But selfishness isn’t one of them.
Social media has become indispensable for business communications, but all too often brands fail to empower one of the strongest social assets: their employees. Considering that businesses with high employee engagement get nearly four times the revenue per share than competitors with less employee engagement, failing to create employee ambassadors is akin to telling top salespeople to stay home.
The ability to lead and the ability to coach are neither mutually exclusive nor do they always go hand in hand, yet it is the leader's ability to coach that produces the best results.
Having a picture perfect workplace that can quickly become a sinking ship due to a breakdown in communications is an employee’s worst nightmare. I had the privilege to consult on a project with a person whom I considered to be great leader with an exemplary communication style. This leader continuously encouraged his staff through communicating to them that he believes in them and reassured them that they played a vital role not only within his department but also within the organization.
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