Empowering Employees to Be Better Leaders: Part 2

Empowering Employees to Be Better Leaders: Part 2

Here are three more things you can do as a manager to empower your team to develop stronger skills in leadership and independence. Offer Growth Opportunities It’s important that your team members are not only able to grow but they also have the opportunity to...
Navigating Difficult Conversations in the Workplace

Navigating Difficult Conversations in the Workplace

Most people try to avoid conflict. However, when it comes to talking about difficult issues in the workplace, avoiding conflict can actually make the problem worse. Having these conversations can help improve involved employees’ work and home lives....
Equipping Young Leaders for Success

Equipping Young Leaders for Success

A successful company is only as successful as the people who work for it, so it’s important that they have a team of young leaders who are passionate about the company and its goals to keep things running smoothly in the future. Over the next decade, the number...
Leadership Habits to Avoid

Leadership Habits to Avoid

A good boss can be both a mentor and an example. Leaders hold a powerful position in a company, and their actions speak louder than their words. If they are not modeling positive behavior for their team members, that could cause serious damage to the company’s...
Giving Effective Feedback to Employees

Giving Effective Feedback to Employees

Feedback is a powerful tool that can motivate your employees to do their best during the workday. When done correctly, it can grow and develop your employees, improve trust and communication levels, and strengthen the bonds between your employees and their managers....