Leading by example in the workplace means showing behaviour, consistently, that you wish for others to show as well.
Businesses have different types of organisational structures with varying numbers of supervisors and managers, some with long chains of command and others with only one or two people in charge of overseeing their workforce.
Regardless of a business’ specific hierarchical structure, each individual with some level of responsibility has the opportunity to lead by example and inspire others to perform at their optimum level.
A successful business is one where everyone feels included, valued, engaged with and respected. It has a level of cohesion between staff and subordinates.
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