Be consistent in developing others to help you achieve your goals
- Give others great autonomy and freedom.
Letting others use their unique approach to doing certain tasks breeds innovation.
- Clarify expectations.
While every task should include some degree of independence, every task also needs basic expectations for how specific situations should be handled.
- Define meaningful objectives.
Targets can create a sense of purpose and add a little meaning to even the most repetitive tasks.
- Give them a sense of purpose.
Include others in your processes so they can feel valued and appreciated.
- Respect them.
When you respect others, they are more likely to connect well with you.
- Criticize them privately.
Good bosses give constructive feedback in private.
- Praise them in public.
Public appreciation and recognition may just be the nudge an average performer needs to become a great performer.
- Give them opportunities to grow.
Help others gain skills or experiences that could one day land them their dream job. After all, you will also benefit from these skills.
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