The best leaders are willing to listen to their employees. They should accept ideas, provide funding, follow up and give credit to employees’ suggestions.
Good leaders should always follow the principles of CARET, which stands for communication, accountability, respect, education and trust.
The reality is you’re probably not as effective as you think you are. The only way to know is to gather feedback from others about your performance.
Most people have a conflicting feelings about leaders who are bold. We often love leaders who will take charge, move forward, and boldly go where no one has gone before, but other bold leaders have the opposite effect.
When you combine transformational leadership with emotional intelligence, you create a leadership approach that is truly empowering.
There are many articles and books on leadership and how to reinvent yourself. However, it's not leadership we need; it's good leaders.
Employees treat me the way that I treat them. They respect my leadership, but they will give their all when I show genuine interest in their concerns.