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Too many leaders are trying to lead by email. We need humanity more than well-articulated emails.
Call your employees and ask them how they are doing. Take the time to listen to them. Treat them like friends. They should feel heard at the end of the call. If it is a larger company, check in on your leaders, and lean on them to check in on their teams.
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The goal of listening is to make the other person feel heard. Listening is understanding where emotions come from, and it is not always rational. It is based on experiences and perspectives.
We all have biases and blind spots. That makes it essential to have uncomfortable conversations with...
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An overly intense focus on a goal can lead to what cognitive psychologists call goal neglect. That may seem counterintuitive to the average goal-oriented MBA or entrepreneur, but take, for example, the dynamic at work in micromanagement.
Often, when leaders micromanage employees, an i...
When a boss is yelling at people or being short with them, talk to them behind closed doors and say, "Hey, you were really short with us in the meeting. Are you OK?" Try and get across that you think they're acting out of character and you want to check on them.
When we take care of our employees, meet their needs such as providing them incentives, bonuses, increments, and allowances, their morale goes sky-high. Employees with high morales end to be more productive and produce better quality work.
However, if we don't, it can lead...
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