Be A Leader, Not A Boss
Have you ever taken the initiative and helped your team in high school or even middle school during the making process of some presentation? Or anything similar where one person is giving motivation to others and people share work to come together and achieve their goal? Well, if you did, congratulations, you got yourself some leadership qualities. Strengths based leadership is a great way of informing yourself and starting to think about it more and how it can improve your daily life!
Working in a team often means conflict, not agreeing on ideas and many other things. But, when you take the initiative and you want to form a bond between your teammates and goals you want to achieve, that’s where the magic happens. When your boss the work out and just tells people what to get done, work will probably be done but the people will be unsatisfied. If you want your people to love work and working with you, put yourself in a position of a leader.
When people realize you are there, you listen, their ideas are being shared and considered, they have someone to talk to, you will see how much productive and better working gets. Researches have shown that people who do not work as teams have much higher chances of giving up, because if the income is not constant or good, they will leave, but if the goal and the people are the thing that holds them, that’s already another story.
Have the courage to lead the change and lead your people instead of just hiring them to work. Your business will improve and your people will be motivated and happy. Find out more about strength-based leadership and build a team and goal.
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