We all know that strong leadership is paramount to organizational success. All great companies have great leaders to guide the organization and its people. However, despite all of the studies and information available about leadership best practices, there still remains a large disconnect between what leaders should do and what they actually do.
This is perhaps a reason why 82% of people don’t trust their boss and more than 50% of people quit their job because of their manager.
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In order to retain top talent in today’s competitive environment, leaders must generate high employee engagement and commitment to company success – especially at a time when turnover is reaching new peaks.
Whether your organization is looking inward to retain thought leaders or outward to recruit new talent, it’s important managers understand how to create and sustain empowerment for current or prospective employees.
Four tips to help make your organization create a culture of empowerment where employees feel motivated, and encouraged, to make decisions and take responsibility:
Most companies today neglect to implement the preparation practices required to enable their leaders to grow to their true potential, says TED Speaker and BCG Senior Partner Roselinde Torres.
Could this be why the leadership gap is widening? What innovative methods can help prepare the next generation of leaders?