Building confidence in your leadership.
* Recognizing their team. Leaders don't take all the credit for their successes. They acknowledge individual and team contributions on a regular basis.
* Rallying the troops. Leaders support their teams. They provide resources and inspiration to employees working toward a common goal.
* Seeking input. Successful leaders never go it alone. They appreciate the intelligence and experience of their staff and ask them for suggestions to improve the organization.
* Communicating vision. Influential leaders don't operate in a vacuum. To motivate and guide others, they demonstrate vision and communicate ideas clearly throughout the organization.
* Promoting a strong work ethic. The best leaders enjoy what they do. They work hard to meet business goals, achieve results, and foster a culture that maximizes employee performance.
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|Title Annotation:||HUMAN RESOURCES|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||May 1, 2005|
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