Research clearly shows that positive, inspiring, and empowering leaders always turn out to be great leaders. They are valued more by their team, and they create great performing teams as a result.
A “team” is not just people who work at the same time in the same place. A real team is a group of very different individuals who share a commitment to working together to achieve common goals.
A study by the Center for Creative Leadership, according to Skye Schooley, showed that roughly 38% to more than half of new leaders fail within their first 18 months. Leaders can avoid becoming part of this staggering statistic by incorporating good leadership strategies that motivate and inspire their team members to accomplish their goals.
Consider these 13 tips because employees who work under great leaders tend to be happier, more productive, and more connected to their organization – and this has a ripple effect that reaches your business’s bottom line.
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