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  • Eight Things Your Employees Want From You
  • Introduction
    • Any kind of leadership requires time and energy.
    • Managing the feelings, attitudes, actions, and behaviours of a team is a big task.
  • Important
    • In organizations we must work with and for others.
    • And it is important to be aware of what are the main expectations of the subordinates regarding their leaders.
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  • Important
    • We have prepared a list of what employees want their leaders to do.
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  • Tell Me My Role
    • Tell me my role, tell me what to do, and give me the rules.
    • Micromanaging?
    • No, it's called clear direction.
    • Give them parameters so they can work within broad outlines.
  • Discipline My Coworker
    • Discipline my coworker who is out of line. Time and time again, I hear, "I wish my boss would tell Nancy that this is just unacceptable."
    • Hold people accountable in a way that is fair but makes everyone cognizant of what is and isn't acceptable.
  • Get Me Excited
    • Get me excited.
    • About the company, about the product, about the job, about a project.
    • Just get them excited.
  • Praise Me
    • Don't forget to praise me.
    • Motivate employees by leveraging their strengths, not harping on their weaknesses.
  • Don’t Scare Me
    • They really don't need to know about everything that worries you.
    • They respect that you trust them, but you are the boss.
    • And don't lose your temper at meetings because they didn't meet your expectations. It's often not productive.
    • Fairness and consistency are important mainstays.
  • Impress Me
    • Strong leaders impress their staffs in a variety of ways.
    • Yes, some are great examples of management, but others are bold and courageous, and still others are creative and smart.
    • Strong leaders bring strength to an organization by providing a characteristic that others don't have and the company sorely needs.
  • Give Me Some Authority
    • Give me some autonomy. Give them something interesting to work on. Trust them with opportunity.
  • Set Me Up to Win
    • Nobody wants to fail.
    • Indecisive leaders who keep people in the wrong roles, set unrealistic goals, keep unproductive team members, or change direction unfairly just frustrate everybody and make people feel defeated.
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