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My managers don’t need to provide bean bag chairs or ping pong tournaments—the opportunity to do great work that matters is more than enough to keep me engaged.
If your team is struggling with engagement, try one of these techniques to encourage a healthy work environment.
You must develop a presence with your team first—truly being present on a day-to-day basis to understand them and their needs, and work with them to deliver high levels of performance.
I was delighted to chat with Jane about the extensive experience she brings to the Actionable team and her vision for the future of the company.
What seems like a lack of accountability is a lack of clarity. Clarity is established largely through language—and most of us are quite imprecise in our language.
From my front-line vantage point, here is my advice for team leaders to avoid being horrible. Even after following this advice, you’ll likely still have a long way to go.