Surveys reveal that close to 70% of employees feel disengaged from their work.
This would lead to close to a third of the employees do as little work as they can. And many managers aren’t been helpful on these.
Most often, those higher up the food chain berate disengaged or under-performing employees and threaten them. Instead, managers should embrace leadership tactics that helps their subordinates to become better employees and better people.
In order to enhance our ability to bring about change in others, we need to acknowledge and encourage them instead of criticizing them.
Taking punitive or negative measures to motivate your employees may exactly have the opposite effect from what we intended.
In fact, advances in science shows that many conventional management practices lack a sound foundation.
Categories: Personal Development