Bosses often assume they're effectively communicating with their direct reports, but are they?
What, you may be wondering, is this? Just a letter of recognition from the CEO of a Fortune 500 company to one of her employees’ mothers. Yes, to her parents. No big deal.
Do you have quarterly conversations with your real estate team? We’re not talking about performance reviews or quick check-ins, but real, meaningful conversations about your employees’ highs, lows and everything in between.
Your people are your number one competitive advantage. And to get the most out of them, you need to be a great boss.
Whether you give a pat on the back or a kick in the butt, great leaders are really good at rewarding and recognizing their people.