What makes the ideal Employer? Or otherwise what do some employers offer to their employees inspiring their loyalty, that others don’t?
The 5 characteristics of memorable leaders are:
Integrity & Authenticity: True leaders are honest, although this feature sometimes brings them against the top management.
Humility: True leaders always aim to serve others more than themselves. Being humble makes you accessible to your employees and allows you to create more effective feedback conditions.
Empathy plays a crucial role in being a successful leader. It increases people who are willing to follow him and help him maintain good relationships with them. Leaders with this feature always find time for people, while they have high emotional intelligence.
Communication skills: Great leaders are able to communicate their vision in a highly motivating way. They listen to their employees and keep them updated of any developments.
Inspiration: An authentic leader does not need the title to persuade employees to carry out their mission. Phrases such as “Good Job team”, “You’re the best”, “I believe in you” are at the top of their dictionary. Team spirit is crucial during their leadership.
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“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and be more, then you are a leader,” said John Quincy Adams.
Directors have been forgotten, but true leaders live in the hearts and minds of their employees. A personal greeting in the morning, a little nod or a shake on the back are small moments but employees will remember them forever.