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Expectations From Management

Expectations From Management

Leaders also develop multiple ways to give shout-outs to their team members to let that spirit burning. We have seen a lot of unique ways by how leaders keep their team motivated by giving weekly and even daily shout-outs or special mentions. But this won’t last for long as leaders/manager end up maintaining a pattern to give shout-out i.e once a week or month. Team members also (sometimes) start assuming this as a part of management’s cadence and they start expecting “special mentions” even if they are just meeting their daily expectations or performing an inch better than their peers.

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  • Remember, the act of catching them doing right and acknowledging their efforts should be done on a random basis (try not to follow a pattern, like a day, particular event, etc). Also, this shouldn’t be combined or confused with teachable moments or conventional special mentions.
  • It’s okay if you don’t want to involve the whole team to acknowledge such “right doings”. This could be done by sending a personalised “Thank you” note to team members.
  • Those couple of lines would not only make his day but also motivate him to keep doing what he aims to do for the customers and thrive to become better.

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Psychologist Kurt Lewin developed his framework in the 1930s, and it provided the foundation of many of the approaches that followed afterwards

  • Autocratic leaders make decisions without consulting their team members, even if their input would be useful.
  • Democratic leaders make the final decisions, but they include team members in the decision-making process.
  • Laissez-faire leaders give their team members a lot of freedom in how they do their work. They provide support with resources and advice if needed, but otherwise they don't get involved.

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You delegate when you describe a project or task to one of your team members, give them the objective, and make sure that they have the resources they need. 

Then you send them off to do the job. Mostly, you leave them alone unless they ask for help. 

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Peter Drucker

"Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things."

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