If you are in a leadership role (e.g., manager, supervisor), you have to Direct and Motivate employees. You Tell employees which jobs to do and you Encourage ...
If you are in a leadership role (e.g., manager, supervisor), you have to Direct and Motivate employees. You Tell employees which jobs to do and you Encourage them to do jobs well. But employees perform differently. Some are high performers, medium performers, and low performers. So you WOULD NOT USE THE SAME leadership style or leadership behaviors to Direct and Motivate everyone. Use Information In This APP To: A. Motivate employees who perform differently. B. Choose Leadership Behaviors and Leadership Styles for employees who perform differently. Contents Include: A. Six Situations where you Direct and Motivate employees: (1) Complete Assignments (2) Meet Deadlines (3) Solve Problems (4) Work With Others (5) Manage Conflicts (6) Maintain Skills B. Ways to Direct and Motivate in each Situation. C. Reasons to treat employees the same or differently. D. Questions to ask about performance. E. Checklists. F. Notes Pages. Website for Barbara Brown, PhD www.WorkplaceSuccess.net
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