If you want engaged employees, you should be engaged in them – and regular feedback is a way to be engaged in your employees.
The reasons to actually choose your own boss and mentor is clear: It gives you, as an employee, the CHOICE to choose from whom you can learn the most.
Read this blog about how to create motivation through milestones and goals with compressing vision and purpose to avoid disengagement.
How can organizations create an age diverse workplace, where younger and older generations thrive and learn from each other?
Leadership is all about people first, leading human to human. Navigating as a youngster can be difficult, with older leaders who don’t necessarily put people first or lead with distributed or situational leadership in mind.
What defines generational behavior? How has technology has impacted generations? Here are three things to focus on when leading agross generations.
The modern leader is both a coach and a mentor. This implies an element of delegation. How do you approach that? How do you shift between the roles?
Having coaching dialogues with employees is an integrated part of the modern leadership. It makes it easier for the employees to be heard.