With a never-ending to-do list, meetings and pressure to maximize the bottom line, it can be easy to let essential courtesies in your day-to-day interactions slip through the cracks. This can really piss off your employees and make them feel undervalued.
It might not seem terribly detrimental in relation to your top-level priorities, but your day-to-day communication style can make or break your reputation as a good boss — one worthy of high-esteem, trust and respect.
Don’t get me wrong. You can’t please every employee (nor should you try). You can, however, consistently take measures to make employees feel more valued as a whole. For starters, avoid the following seemingly small-scale (yet common) missteps that can tarnish your reputation:
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- Become A Leader Others Want To Follow (forbes.com)
- A Leadership Dilemma. (johnrchildress.com)
- 6 Habits of Extraordinary Bosses (business.time.com)