Inefficient management in companies can sometimes demotivate employees. It is therefore essential that the manager shows some leadership in order to manage his team well in the office.
This month, Hire Your Talent gives you ten essential qualities and skills that a leader must possess in order to achieve exemplary management in a company.
1. Act as an ambassador for your company
Leading a company or managing a team involves first and foremost sharing the values and ethics of your company in order to legitimately guide a team. Spreading a positive image of your organization to your employees will lead them to become ambassadors for it themselves.
2. Set clear objectives
Defining concise objectives by considering the individual contribution of each individual to the common success is the basis of a solid and effective leadership management. In addition, it helps to ensure that the roles of each employee are well distributed.
3. Communicate in complete transparency
Leadership requires quality communication, which is fundamental to encouraging team members to achieve their goals. Communicating clearly and transparently promotes a sense of teamwork.
4. Transmit your knowledge
A manager must be able to create moments of regular exchanges (such as brainstorming) with his team in order to make it grow in terms of cohesion, skills and talents.
5. Promote autonomy and recognize good work
A leader can encourage his or her employees to take initiatives and be more autonomous by delegating some of his or her responsibilities to them. Their regular involvement in projects will make them more responsible and productive, without forgetting to recognize the good work of everyone.
6. Show courage
When managing a company or a team, it is important to know how to make decisions and to always set an example for your employees. A leader who dares to take risks and learn constructive lessons from them wins the confidence of his team more fully.
7. Be empathetic
A superior must show empathy, know how to listen and put himself in the place of his interlocutors to understand them.
8. Respect others
It is about treating others as we would like them to treat us, adapting to their character and preferences, and acting equally with all members of our team.
9. Have self-confidence and remain humble
A leader knows his values, strengths and weaknesses, and is aware of his management style and performance. Humility is a high quality and a good leader should not use his authority to put himself in front of others.
10. A healthy lifestyle
A healthy lifestyle (healthy eating and regular sports activity) promotes a positive attitude at work. Being in a good mood is contagious for your employees, contributes to their well-being and leads to an increase in productivity.