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The most successful organizations with the lowest employee turnover are those that have leaders who create an atmosphere for their teams to succeed.
This means that they trust their team to get the job done.
It’s simple: You succeed as a leader when you enable and empower your team to succeed. When your team sees that you genuinely have their best interest at heart; they, in turn, protect you, the team leader and keep your best interest at heart as well. When you build loyalty and trust in your team, they perform better. With such simple and seemingly obvious statements, why do so many teams fail due to poor leadership?
Here are a few things to keep in mind as you lead your team daily:
Leadership is not about barking orders or bossing subordinates around.
There is true difference between a boss and a leader. Many times, it’s easy for a leader to forget that the key to their individual success as well as the organization’s success lies within their team.
One person cannot (and should not) be the key to a company’s success or downfall.
In order to be an effective leader, you must serve your team. Realizing that the success and happiness of your team directly relates to how well you lead them and serve them will equip you to become a stronger leader and create a thriving company culture.
How do you use your team as the secret ingredient to your organizational success?
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