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Without trust, there is no leadership – 6 ways to build trust

WRITTEN BY Signe Schack Noesgaard on 23. January 2018 . POSTED IN 1:1 meetings, leadership, trust . Leave a Comment

Few managers are actually leaders. The difference between the two? A manager is someone who has people reporting to her. A leader is someone who people will follow, even if they don’t report to her. What separates the leader from the manager is the respect and trust of her people.

 

When team members trust you, they feel secure in sharing their opinions without the fear of judgment or retribution. They know if you push them, you do so with their best interests in mind. And what’s the result? It’s a highly motivated and productive team.

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Increase employee engagement and performance by prioritizing 1:1 meetings – Get 5 tips for better 1:1 meetings

Why you should have 1:1 meetings

As a leader, you have plenty of priorities and most likely not enough hours in the day to accomplish them all. You have to lead your employees, lead your managers, manage your stakeholders and a million others tasks and issues that pop up. However, many leaders make the crucial mistake of neglecting one of the most simple and effective ways to increase employee engagement and business performance. Simply meeting with your employees 1:1 on a regular basis increases employee engagement and job satisfaction.

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