Leaders are trying to engage with and motivate staff during our atypical times. Here are three ways to do that, strategies proven to work whether you’re leading teams onsite or through virtual means.
As a leader it’s up to you how criticism and praise are filtered through the organization and the culture that follows. You have the power to encourage or discourage, to motivate or demotivate, to develop your people or hold them back. All this power is an awesome responsibility that you shouldn’t take lightly, especially in times of high-stress and uncertainty.
If you want to get the most out of your team, you’ve got to learn to trust your people. Trust isn’t just what you say, but how you demonstrate that you value your team. Here are three surefire ways to show your people you trust them.
Want to enhance your team’s effectiveness? You can do it in a word: “Trust.”
Here are some ways team trust happens:
Don’t forget the people who helped you achieve your goals. Recognition is one of the most powerful ways to increase retention and lower turnover.
There’s one powerful word you’ve got to know if you want to enhance teamwork effectiveness.
If teamwork is important to you, then you need to practice these three things to demonstrate that you’re a team player.
Do you ever find yourself thinking about a time when your team was more energized, inspired, and excited about work? It’s not uncommon for company cultures to unknowingly slip into such slumps.
While it’s natural for leaders to want to feel like they’re part of the group, it’s far more important for leaders to be respected than liked by their direct reports.
Disciplined Leaders know it’s their responsibility to motivate those on their team. Yet some executives and managers can really struggle in this area of their job.