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    How to Be a More Likable Boss: Servant Leadership

    There’s just something about being a likable boss that makes your employees want to please you.  Imagine not having to pry work out of your staff or playing the role of the bad guy just to assure a job gets done.  It sounds like it’s too good to be true but…it’s not.  Any professional career coach will tell you – being a more likable boss will help you accomplish more than you can imagine and you’re about to find out how to do it. Being likable is something that has to be genuine.  It can’t be faked.  Take a good look at yourself and the way you conduct business.  How do you treat those who answer to you? Would you want to work for you? There are certain traits people tend to find likable.  First and foremost, to be liked, you must like yourself.  As a boss, it’s not unusual […]

    7 Ways to Share Genuine Appreciation with Your Employees

    Great leadership is not solely responsible for all the achievements within the company or department under you.  Worthy leaders know that one important dynamic behind sales figures and growth is a combination of leadership and capable employees. Appreciation shown by leadership towards employees is to go a step further than to just recognize their good work. When shown, appreciation adds value and boosts the emotional side of your workforce by creating a productive work environment. The importance of appreciation was shown by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation”.   According to Maslow, people are motivated to achieve certain needs of which some are more important than others.  Self-esteem, which leads to feelings of self-confidence, worth, and adequacy, is one of them. Monetary reimbursement in the form of a bonus or pay raise is a form of reward but not of appreciation. Here are seven no cost, […]

    Post-Interview Follow-up-Essential Employability Skills

    No organization wants to employ a person who isn’t much of a team player and prefers working in a shell. Typically, staying isolated and not taking initiatives reduces your chances of standing out from the crowd. This isn’t particularly a bad news for the introverts as it doesn’t require you to go way out of your comfort zone and start giving out hugs to everyone you meet. You can be an introvert and a proactive team member at the same time. It is just about taking the right action when it is needed. Your follow-up email or call shows that you are absolutely capable of that. The whole process starts with the applicant asking the interviewer how long it would take for them to get back. You might think that it may be annoying from an employer’s point of view, but most of them would actually appreciate the initiative. Advantages […]

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