Help your people find the courage to be themselves. This means knowing what you want, saying what you think and being in the moment with the people around you. Do not hide behind tools or busy yourself with diagnostics that take your eyes of the real issues. Resist the seduction of standardization that can infest organizations.
Stop worrying about having a small team, a small territory, or being part of a small organization. It’s not the size of your team, or your organization that matters, it’s the size of your ideas.
Gallup has done much work in this area and their research shows that roughly 70% of the variance in employee engagement is linked to the experiences they have with their boss. A bad boss is good business, unfortunately not for the boss’s company!
How can you support a CEO who is dealing with someone who as crossed the ethics line for the company? How can you discipline and write up such behavior in a performance review? We’ll discuss that in this blog.