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10 Things Given By The Remarkable Leader!!!


10 Things Given By The Remarkable Leader!!!

10 Things Given By The Remarkable Leader!!!

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  • @PDI Glad you like it Alex. This is the universal principles that can be used every time every where. Glad you experience this in real life. :)))
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  • All well described here about an exceptional boss. I witnessed all these from my first boss and I grew there. He accepts ideas for our plant and people improvements. He also shared that he cared for our families, and I experienced that myself. So while Im no longer connected with them, I promote them, make the company a good example in my stories and I visit or call my boss once in a while. I will download this Sompong.
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  • most practical methods of progress of company and employees and thus the world. Excellent
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  • 1. By Jeff Haden, Linkedin The Remarkable Leader!!!
  • 2. Good bosses have strong organizational skills, solid decision-making skills, get important things done. Exceptional bosses do all of the above--and more. Sure, they care about their company and customers, their vendors and suppliers. But most importantly, they care to an exceptional degree about the people who work for them.
  • 3. 1. Autonomy and independence. I care when it's "mine." I care when I'm in charge and feel empowered to do what's right. Whenever possible, give your employees the autonomy and independence to work the way they work best. When you do, they almost always find ways to do their jobs better than you imagined possible.
  • 4. 2. Clear expectations. When an exceptional boss changes a standard or guideline, he communicates those changes first--and when that is not possible, he takes the time to explain why he made the decision, and what he expects in the future.
  • 5. 3. Meaningful objectives. Meaningful targets can create a sense of purpose and add a little meaning to even the most repetitive tasks. Plus, goals are fun. Without a meaningful goal to shoot for, work is just work. No one likes work.
  • 6. 4. A true sense of purpose. Let employees know what you want to achieve for your business, for your customers, and even your community. And if you can, let them create a few missions of their own. Feeling a true purpose starts with knowing what to care about and, more importantly, why to care.
  • 7. 5. Opportunities to provide significant input. Good bosses make it easy for employees to offer suggestions. When an idea isn't feasible, they always take the time to explain why. Great bosses know that employees who make suggestions care about the company, so they ensure those employees know their input is valued--and appreciated.
  • 8. 6. A real sense of connection. A kind word, a quick discussion about family, an informal conversation to ask if an employee needs any help. A true sense of connection is personal. That's why exceptional bosses show they see and appreciate the person, not just the worker.
  • 9. 7. Reliable consistency. Great bosses treat each employee differently but every employee fairly. There's a big difference. The key to show employees they are consistent and fair is communication: The more employees understand why a decision was made, the less likely they are to assume unfair treatment or favoritism.
  • 10. 8. Private criticism. No employee is perfect. Every employee needs constructive feedback. Every employee deserves constructive feedback. Good bosses give that feedback. Great bosses always do it in private.
  • 11. 9. Public praise. You might have to work hard to find reasons to recognize an employee who simply meets standards, but that's okay: A few words of recognition--especially public recognition--may be the nudge an average performer needs to start becoming a great performer.
  • 12. 10. A chance for a meaningful future. Employees will only care about your business after you first show you care about them. One of the best ways is to show that while you certainly have hopes for your company's future, you also have hopes for your employees' futures.
  • 13. Good bosses care about getting important things done. Exceptional bosses care about their people. Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn