As a manager, your role is to get a group of people to come together to accomplish a goal—a task that’s not as easy as it sounds.
“Being a great manager—the kind who creates a high-performing company—is exceptionally difficult,” says David Deacon, author of “The Self-Determined Manager: A Manifesto for Exceptional People Managers.”
“You can never rest. You can never let things slide. You can never waste an opportunity. You are responsible for creating an environment in which people can achieve and grow in ways they did not even imagine—and that’s a job that’s never finished.”
Creating an environment where your employees flourish means you’ll see dramatic changes in employee behavior and performance—and in the process, you’ll become known as a great manager.
Four steps to achieve this: