The effective leader, you get to have a truly productive team, is one who knows how to surround himself with smart people and allowing his talent to surface without fear that his eclipse. Right now these are the new benchmarks.
It is clear that the goal of every business is to earn money to continue living, but the key is how we earn that money. The only sustainable way to make it happen, is to create spaces where workers feel responsible to give the best of themselves. And for this, entrepreneurs, and the heads have to allow their employees to risk, experiment and make mistakes. If the error is penalized, there can be no innovation, and creativity, or talent. So if we want to be a good boss we have to accept the error of our employees and accompany our people in this process.
Everyone is afraid and not bad to have, because there is a healthy fear, which is what causes us to be prudent in some cases. El miedo insano es el que nos paraliza y no nos deja avanzar. Y éste es el miedo que tenemos que reconocer y combatir para evitar que nos frene y nos impida tomar determinadas decisiones.
In the workplace fear has always been used, como un mal llamado método de motivación. Initially Company, when what was needed were people who did not think they were just in front of the assembly, this worked, but now in times of crisis, what we need is talent, creativity and enthusiasm of the people; what we need are people they feel like coming to work and give the best of themselves. And with this philosophy, fear as a form of motivation, has no place.
Fear occurs at all levels of the company, también los altos directivos tienen miedo a equivocarse y a peder el poder. The company that has understood the new form of leadership, chooses heads really are exemplary and not worry about the power, to be well up, but to achieve the best results looking down, towards their partners. These companies are the ones at the moment are being productive and are the new benchmarks.
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