1(800) 642-1422 eduardo@betteremployees.net

LEADERSHIP:

The art of bringing out the best in other people.

Date: 06/23/2011

Leader and anxiety.

Be ready to contribute, but first observe, notice, and intervene at the right moment and in the right way to add value to those you serve.

It is true that good times raise all boats; you don’t even have to be good to make a profit in boom times. But when the good times end and the dam breaks; the rising waters suddenly hurl down the canyon of change. Only the boats with leaders and teams with the right skills and attitude survive the white water created.

Don’t waste time participating in perpetuating pessimism; use these times to help others take advantage of their own strengths, creativity and enthusiasm.

Just 4 Fun

The only person who listens to both sides of an argument is the person in the next apartment.

Ideas and Insights

Express appreciation

While most of us are only too ready to apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are somehow reluctant to give our fellows the warm sunshine of praise.

Taking time to express appreciation for those you work with offers huge payoff.

Nearly half (46%) of employees surveyed by the Ethics Officer Association said “lack of recognition” created stress for them.

Consider jotting a note in your weekly planner to remind you to recognize those you work with.

Praise is like sunlight to the human spirit; we cannot flower and grow

without it.

Helping companies to profit since 1995

Experience and Knowledge

Share This