We live in a fast-paced world, which leads us to constantly feel pressured to get to action as quickly as possible. In many cases, this works. But in many cases, this well intentioned bias to action may disempower your employees and leave them feeling undervalued. In this video, learn how you can create clear expectations so your team has the opportunity to move fast and remain consistently biased to action from your perspective.
- We live in a fast paced world…with multiple competing priorities.…As a leader, we can often feel pressure to drive decisions…and keep things moving forward at the pace we like.…In driving decisions, sometimes we can exert too much power…influence over the way things are done…ultimately disempowering your employees.…When people feel disempowered, it's not just in the moment.…It often has a lasting effect on them and the broader team…driven by a team member feeling undervalued.…Here are just a few ways disempowerment…and feeling undervalued can impact the long term.…
First, team members can lose motivation.…When people feel disempowered,…it can lead to a narrative of feeling undervalued…and why put in full effort when you don't feel valued?…Second, they can lose trust in you as a leader and the team.…When people feel disempowered and undervalued,…they can often feel like they're not given a chance…and have no rationale for why not…so your integrity can be questioned…which leads to the distrust.…Lastly, this will result in less engagement from the team…
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