8easy ways to be an
Extraordinary Boss
High-class leadership means doing
both the big and little things necessary
for your employees to flourish.
Here’s where to...
Extraordinary bosses seek out a variety of viewpoints
and opinions. They hire and promote in a way that avoids
uniformity ...
Extraordinary bosses know that most products
and services have a relatively short lifetime.
They are willing to innovate –...
Extraordinary bosses speak honestly, express
gratitude, admit vulnerabilities and ask for
employees’ help and understandin...
Extraordinary bosses build a culture of
honesty, transparency and authenticity.
CREATE A CLIMATE OF TRUST
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Extraordinary bosses promote social
interaction – both between different
groups in the company and between
managers and em...
Extraordinary bosses help employees become more
focused and productive by seeking ways to help
them become better connecte...
Extraordinary bosses encourage group activities – like
bake sales and benefit concerts – that create social
interaction. T...
Extraordinary bosses avoid bureaucracy,
and create organizations that are more
flat, adaptable and efficient.
REDUCE BUREA...
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High-class leadership means doing both the big and little things necessary for your employees to flourish. Here's where to start!

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8 Ways To Be An Extraordinary Boss

  1. 1. 8easy ways to be an Extraordinary Boss
  2. 2. High-class leadership means doing both the big and little things necessary for your employees to flourish. Here’s where to start.
  3. 3. Extraordinary bosses seek out a variety of viewpoints and opinions. They hire and promote in a way that avoids uniformity of thought. ENCOURAGE DIVERSITY OF VIEWPOINT 1
  4. 4. Extraordinary bosses know that most products and services have a relatively short lifetime. They are willing to innovate – even if it means tweaking an existing cash cow. don’t rely on just one cash cow 2
  5. 5. Extraordinary bosses speak honestly, express gratitude, admit vulnerabilities and ask for employees’ help and understanding. SPEAK FROM THE HEART 3
  6. 6. Extraordinary bosses build a culture of honesty, transparency and authenticity. CREATE A CLIMATE OF TRUST 4
  7. 7. Extraordinary bosses promote social interaction – both between different groups in the company and between managers and employees. ENCOURAGE FRATERNIZATION 5
  8. 8. Extraordinary bosses help employees become more focused and productive by seeking ways to help them become better connected to their families. BECOME MORE FAMILY FRIENDLY 6
  9. 9. Extraordinary bosses encourage group activities – like bake sales and benefit concerts – that create social interaction. This helps to build a stronger sense of community both inside and outside the company. SUPPORT AND FUND HANDS-ON VOLUNTEERISM 7
  10. 10. Extraordinary bosses avoid bureaucracy, and create organizations that are more flat, adaptable and efficient. REDUCE BUREAUCRACY BY DISPERSING POWER 8
  11. 11. Want more information? Read the full article at www.regions.com/BusinessResources  This information is general in nature and is provided for educational purposes only. Regions makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability, or validity of any information presented. Information provided should not be relied on or interpreted as accounting, financial planning, investment, legal, or tax advice. Regions encourages you to consult a professional for advice applicable to your specific situation. The information, views, opinions, and positions expressed by the author(s) and/or presented in the article are those of the author or individual who made the statement and do not necessarily reflect the policies, views, opinions, and positions of Regions. Regions makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability, or validity of any information presented. Article provided by Inc.com © 2014 Mansueto Ventures LLC

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