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  • Writer's pictureJaclyn T. Badeau

Focus on Three Things

Here’s something to think about it…

In my May Pulse Point, I discussed if you want a toxic culture, then you should employ bad managers. I also offered advice on what organizations, managers, and employees can do about it. Today, lets focus on what managers themselves can do to become a better leader. It can become overwhelming very fast of all the things that are thrown at a manager to do; therefore, I want to focus on three leadership skills to focus on: empathy, interpersonal relationships, and development. Empathy unlocks the need that humans have to be heard and understood. The next time you talk with someone I challenge you to stop and listen to the other person, recognize what they are saying, and then articulate back to them what you heard and understood. To continue to evolve trust among other humans, you need to understand someone else at more than a transactional level; this is where the interpersonal relationships come in. Get to know someone a little more, ask open ended questions, and show genuine interest. The third area I encourage you to focus on is the development of yourself and your team members. Humans are meant to evolve, grow, and change so prioiritize development!

Are you ready to do something about this? I help Organizations inspire confidence back into their team for innovation and growth. I help Organizations design and implement a system that fosters and protects a strong culture where employees are heard and understood from leadership down. In doing so, individual team members can gain confidence to bravely introduce innovative ideas and grow the company. If you are ready to get started, please reach out to chat.

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