As we go through life, we find that it’s generally a positive thing to be called “nice” or “well-liked.” However a “nice or well-liked” boss may not always be a good thing. Sometimes it’s easier to “rescue, fix and save” the work of a low performing employee. Want to reverse this practice? Watch this 5-minute video.
It starts with holding yourself accountable — “Where do I contribute to this?” When your employees, especially low performers, know they will be held accountable for their actions instead of being saved from every mistake, they step up ready and empowered to do their best work. In turn employees are happier and more productive, and you’ll be “well-liked” for the right reasons.