Some managers can motivate you from the moment they step in a room, while others simply cannot get employees to work for them at their full potential.
The real problem stands in the fact that the effective manager does need to have some traits. Failure to have them will lead to failure for the entire company.
Perhaps the most intimidating aspect of leadership is knowing that in addition to playing an important role in a team's success, leaders are held responsible for their team's failures.
In order to obtain great results from their teams, leaders must be able to consistently motivate their team members.
Uncertain economic conditions have prompted organizations to rethink their hiring process and attract top talent. In their quest to find the best candidates, most organizations have now realized that they have to look beyond academic qualifications and experience.
They are scouting for people who can not only complete their job at hand but also bring new perspectives to the table. Sharp thinkers and proactive resources are, therefore, in demand today as they can help a company grow in the right direction. Here are some ways in which employers can benefit from hiring creative employees who think outside the box:
This week on Well This Happened, we discussed Taylor's awkward workplace dilemma.
Taylor recently started a job at a retail store that's solely commission-based. He's really liking it, and learning a lot about sales.
However, his excitement for the job started to decline when the store manager started stealing clients from him and other team members.