Your employees are your most important asset. How they perform depends on how you treat them, manage them and lead them. Following are ten steps, which will help you obtain top performance from your employees.
A theater veteran named Noel Coward coined the phrase “The Show Must Go On” back in the 50s; but I gave it new meaning in the 90s as it summed up my life better than any other cliché.
Leaders make a commitment to communicate with their employees and to keep them informed about the organization. Employees want to be an integral part of their organizations and want their opinions and suggestions to be heard.
The work realities of the 21st century bring a need to find new ways to motivate employees. Instead of using the power of their positions to motivate workers, managers must use the power of their ideas.
Today’s employees may not need a pay raise as much as they need a personal thanks from their manager for a job well done. Following, in priority order, is a list of the top ten things to do to motivate today’s employees.
The 7 traits of effective leaders: How many do you share? Effective leaders:
…Make others feel important. If your goals and decisions are self-centered, followers will