For leaders only.
1. Stop unknowingly creating tension
Leaders unknowingly create tension with their employees when they expect them to behave like they do, rather than encouraging them to be their authentic selves.
2. Detect the most positive capabilities in people
Stop spending time being overly critical of what your employees are not doing right and identify what they are naturally gravitating towards – that which gets them excited.
3. Empower to discover potential
You will never know what an employee is capable of accomplishing unless you stop micromanaging and start empowering them to discover their full potential.
4. Put them in a position of influence
Beyond empowering employees, put them in a position of influence to see how they react and engage in their new role.
Share your success to build their momentum
Rather than enjoy your leadership success alone, share it with your employees and allow them to experience it with you.
6. Be consistent and have their backs
Leadership is about having each other’s backs – especially those of your employees.