If you want to be the best in your industry, you have to get rid of your outdated management style.
You might not feel it day-to-day, but business management is in a major transition. The old days of command-and-control leadership are fading in favor of what might be better termed a trust-and-track method, in which people are not just told what to do, but why they are doing it. More formally, we’re moving from what was called “transactional” leadership to “transformative” leadership. And there’s no turning back.
Business owners certainly have a long way to go, especially in more established companies where old practices die hard. But you can see increasing evidence that by creating a company with a clear purpose and values, you’ll find your employees connect themselves to something bigger, and that increases productivity. In other words, a culture of engagement leads to greater customer loyalty, and better financial success.
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- As a leader, what should you stop doing today? Here is a good list(businesstechnologypartner.wordpress.com)
- 10 Leadership Practices to Stop Today(inc.com)
- Five Leadership Styles for Successful Project Management(leadonpurposeblog.com)
- 10 Barriers to Great Leadership(linusfernandes.com)
- “Command and Control” is not about being “Commanding” and “Controlling”(peakalignment.wordpress.com)
- Leadership: Creating a Great Culture(customerthink.com)