When you lead, giving praise and honest appreciation is essential. Your staff literally recharge when you give them praise for the great things they do.
Great leaders use encouragement to make any fault seem easy to fix because they know it pays huge dividends for the person.
Talking about your own mistakes before giving feedback prompts greater trust, more productivity, and eases any tension.
By nature, we like to be appreciated. Make the other person happy about doing as you suggest by giving them a reputation to live up to.
What People Do
Great leadership spreads through a company. Use questions instead of direct orders to build confidence, stimulate responsibility, and is just a better way to do things.
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