- June 15, 2017
- Posted by: greendot
- Category: Achievement, Business plans, Business Solution, Human Resources, leadership, leadership, Manager, performance Management, success
Here are some Leadership Quality that Builds Strong Teams
TRAITS OF EFFECTIVE LEADER
An effective leader betters their organization by creating a workplace atmosphere that not only encourages but also promotes professional growth. Because of this, employees consistently feel compelled to achieve their best. Here are key leadership Quality that you can develop to motivate and retain top talent.
An approximate 6.1 ratio of POSITIVE: NEGATIVE feedback works best.
Employees feel comfortable coming to you for feedback and advice. 59% of employees have left a company due to TRUST ISSUE.
You praise employees when they excel at a task. 65% of employees say they are not recognized for their work.
66% of employees agree that OPEN COMMUNICATION is the #1 characteristics they admire most in the leader for leadership.
Employees feel compelled to add value to their workplace. 13% of employees around the world feel Engaged at work.
67% of employees agree that organization is a quality every leader should possess.
Employees feel most motivated to work harder when given 7-8% RAISE.
The way you respond to change and keep employees informed can alleviate stress amid unforeseen circumstances.
84% of employees agree they don’t receive enough information from top management.
An employee says they’d be 20 to 60% more productive with great leaders.
5 Things employee look for from their leaders.
An effective leader equips team members with the resources they need and compels them to take ownership of their tasks.
When employees feel like their leader has their back, they will feel more inclined to contribute their best.
47% of employees say they feel very loyal to their organization.
Personal and Professional Development
76% of employees want opportunities for career growth.
72% of employees say they would perform better with corrective feedback.
92% of employees agree that negative feedback that’s delivered appropriately would help improve their workplace performance.
50% of employees feel respected by their bosses.
93% of employees who feel valued are inclined to do their best work.