People either love or hate their bosses. Learn how to be the best boss you can be.
You will need
- Leadership skills
- Listening skills
- Communication skills
- Clear expectations
- Weekly meetings
- Management classes (optional)
- `A party (optional)
Step 1 Lead by example Lead the team by example. Exhibit a positive and encouraging attitude.
Step 2 Teach employees Teach employees the importance of the customer. The customer funds the paychecks, so train employees to get and keep the customer.
Step 3 Communicate Communicate with your employees and ask for their opinions and suggestions. Give them updates about the company’s plans, purposes, and goals.
Attend management classes.
Step 4 Give clear details Give the employees your clear, detailed expectations. Let them know exactly what their job entails along with specific timelines.
Step 5 Schedule meeting Regularly schedule meetings to discuss goals and ambitions. If there is a problem with an employee, handle it as soon as it happens.
Step 6 Encourage performance Encourage performance by letting them know they are appreciated. Praise them in front of their peers.
Have a party when a big job is completed or a target has been reached.
Step 7 Admit when wrong Apologize and admit when you are wrong. Be fair and honest when they make a mistake.
Do not lose your temper in front of your employees.
Step 8 Interact Interact with your employees on a regular basis, give guidance and direction, and take a personal interest in every person.
Did You Know:
Did you know? Workers in Northern and Western Europe say their supervisor treats them more as a partner than a boss. Eastern Europeans felt a more hegemonic relationship.