Be Grateful for the People You Lead

By • on November 25, 2008

Be Grateful for the People You Lead

This article I wrote was just recommended by Phil Gerbyshak on

One of the biggest complaints that workers have is that their managers or leaders see only the negative in what they do – or at the very least, it’s what leaders focus on the most. We leaders walk a fine link between making our people accountable and making them feel guilty and anxious about their shortcomings. Every time we focus on people’s faults and deficiencies, we diminish their contributions and worth, decreasing their efficiency and undermining their morale.

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By Aleksandar M. Velkoski on December 26th, 2008 at 6:25 pm

Emotional Intelligence can play a big role in a leader’s success or failure. Understanding your followers, being empathetic toward your followers, and focusing your efforts on relationship management can help you succeed as a leader. I don’t think that we talk about this enough.

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