There are so many variations within good leadership, not only here in our part of Southeast Michigan but coast to coast. With leadership experience, organizations simply get better and better. This focus involving seasoned management is seldom discussed in articles, but experience and savvy make for better business there truly is an art to growing in both knowledge success from errors in judgement and mistakes.
To increase leadership from good to best, assess the following five ingredients:
- Hire talent: Hire and train well and watch the retention and success grow. Spend time to recruit and train with a Carnegie agenda that makes sense for the new employees. It is critical that every single individual is on the same page with business goals and objectives. Climate and culture are very important.
- Be a part of the team: Delegate and give responsibility to others and join in to build opportunity and achievement. Keep your best people involved and let them create objectives and problem solve for solutions. Facilitation is often a key component of leadership.
- Train, train, train: Provide learning and education as the foundations for success. Give people the platform to contribute ideas for positive change and exchange points of view in the efforts to have better team building. Growth comes from Carnegie training and organizational principles.
- Plan and schedule success: With only 24 hours in a day, make every minute count by providing a road map for accomplishment. Planning give every employee focus and direction. Scheduling creates an avenue for teamwork. And both prevent poorly made decisions.
- Be a better leader: Learn one new strategy each day and share it with everyone. Your leadership should always come with responsibility and accountability. Leading people to goals and objectives is a powerful vocation and a tone of servitude makes everyone better.
Employees love leadership that is focused on people. It simply makes the organization stronger. A successful environment in the newly minted second quarter will help the Michigan economy and increase productivity. Stabilize everyone’s position within the company and be wise enough to know that good things happen to good people because of good leadership.
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