Effectively increase performance in the workplace with this must-have leadership attribute
Increasing performance in the workplace is one of the greatest challenges every employer faces. And understandably so. After all, if it was really that easy then every workplace would be producing fantastic results month after month. But it just isn't like that.
So what's the trick then?
Well, it's never a clear cut answer. But I do have a solution that can place you on the right track to effectively increasing workplace performance.
I'm talking about a very important leadership attribute which every employer must have.
Keep reading to see what it is, and begin making a positive impact in your workplace today...
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The leadership attribute you must have to effectively increase performance in the workplace...
If you are to have any chance of successfully increasing performance in the workplace, then you have to have effective self-management.
This means that:
· You control your emotions. In other words, you can stay calm and focussed, even when under pressure and immense stress in the workplace. Remember that you must set an example for your employees to follow. And if you show patience and control, they'll follow your lead, which will help ensure work of a high standard;
· You practice what you preach. In other words, you live out your values. Also, you must be open to admitting your mistakes, which will show accountability. By doing all this, your employees will trust you, which can be a great boost to their overall work performance; and
· You must be able to adapt to changes, or try out different ideas, without losing track of the main vision of your company. By doing this, you'll be demonstrating consistency, which is a great platform for excellent performance standards in the workplace.
*That was the one leadership attribute every employer must have to successfully improve performance in the workplace.
To learn more, go to Chapter P 05: Performance and Leadership
in your Practical Guide to Human Resources Management
if you don't already have a copy.