As any manager knows, being an inspiring and knowledgeable leader doesn’t always come on the first, second, or third try. It can be a long trial and error process to figure out how to maintain enough control over your team to ensure their success, but provide enough distance to help them truly grow. If you work toward becoming an even better boss, keep your eye out for these team-hindering habits.
Giving too little or too much information
Delegation is key for managers—but it’s easy to forget that you may have a different scope of knowledge than your employees, and withholding necessary information will not only make your employees’ jobs harder, it will make them nearly impossible. Beside that, providing every and check every day to make sure it’s progressing exactly how you expect it to doesn’t give your employees any space to develop their idea. To avoid making their jobs harder, you have to find the delicate balance in between.
Push the promises you made to your employees
A boss typically promise almost every requirement to make clients happy even it is hard to make it. They always make their employees to deliver their promises. This will definitely make your employee’s job harder. As a boss make a promise to a client or someone in your company, ideally, you should be actively part of delivering on that promise. For example, do not give them a tight deadline in completing a task that eve yourself can’t complete before the deadline you set for them.
At any given time, your boss could be on another floor, in a meeting with a client, on a phone call, out of the office completely, or working from home. As a boss, you typically have quite a few meetings on your schedule. You can’t realistically be in your office with an open door at all hours of the workday. But when your employees can’t find you to ask questions or ask for input, they’re left to struggle on their own, deal with situations they may not be prepared for, and, ultimately, feel pretty unsupported in their roles. It becomes even worse when they’re forced to handle a situation without your input, they handle it the wrong way, and, ultimately, they get in trouble for it. They may have done the wrong thing, but without your input, it may have been their only option.
Becoming an admired, respected leader can be a long process—but as long as you’re not inadvertently making your employees’ lives harder, you’re on the right track.
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