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"How to Turn Your Leaders into Heroes"
Find Out How Letting Your Employees Contribute Can Turn You Into a Hero
Leaders who can solve the employee engagement and retention concerns in their organization will reach hero status, but it’s harder than you would think. Research indicates that 70 percent of business initiatives fail before they can attain any valuable success. Often, the teams working on making these initiatives a success know the truth but fail to speak up, mainly from fear. Teams fear for their jobs, and prefer a peaceful environment to challenging organizational leaders. This culture creates an environment with low productivity and morale among teams.
The challenge points to a lack of communication between stakeholders and the employees they manage. When communication fails, leaders cannot engage fully with team members, which in turns lowers individual engagement and internal communication. As a leader, you must have certain conversations with your employees to ensure you create a culture of honest and continuous engagement, which will make you a hero.
The most important step is for leaders to step out of their comfort zones and ask the most difficult questions. This may not be intuitive, however it’s crucial for success. As a leader, you must encourage team members to pose the answers to these questions without fear of reprimand and victimization. Then, once you’ve collaborated on solutions, you can create strategies and implement them towards organizational goals. Some of the key factors to consider when looking for critical conversations to have for your business include:
- How you can have actionable conversations with your employees
- How you can facilitate effective communications between business leaders and your employees
- What questions will lead you to the critical conversations you need
- How you can improve employee satisfaction and engagement within your organization
- How you can encourage honest feedback between different stakeholders
- How these conversations will influence your organizational goals, and what investments you will need.
- What benefits you can expect from having critical conversations
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