Did you know that 69% of managers don’t feel comfortable communicating with employees? A new survey conducted by Harris Poll for Interact explains where managers fall short and several managers have weighed in on what to do about this problem over the past couple of weeks.
Category: Employee Engagement Tips for Managers
Good leadership is about being smart enough to build and rely on an outstanding team. Theresa Johnston, in an article for the Stanford Graduate School of Business, points out that leaders won’t succeed unless they also build trust with their teams.
Not everyone was born with natural leadership traits. But you can mimic some of those qualities to become an effective leader as Jeff Boss explains in a recent Forbes column.
How do you get the best results from your team? In a column for InformationWeek, Paul Korzeniowski discusses one practice most managers have too much faith in and offers a better solution to improve collaboration.
How open are you to suggestions from your team members for change? In a recent article for Harvard Business Review, James R. Detert and Ethan R. Burris point out that many managers are inadvertently closing themselves off from employee contribution.
After building your team, the last thing you need is negativity, of any sort, to leak out to clients or competitors. Check out these tips from Colleen Francis at Engage and stop the negativity on your team.
When you think of the word leader, what qualities come to mind? There is an endless list of qualities to chose from, but on a few can be attributed to great sales leaders.