Leadership

Criticism must be constructive, lead to positive change, and not focus on the causes of the alleged error, but rather on the ways to correct this error. Moreover, it should be as objective, clear and concise as possible. Criticism must also be expressed as early as possible in order to prevent the situation from getting worse. Whether it’s good or bad news. Help people develop their skills. Showing recognition and recognising everyone’s potential for growth. Appreciation is the easiest motivating factor to use. Use it appropriately, sincerely and personally. Make yourself available for the people that work with you. Everyone wants to be recognised for their true value. A leader shouldn’t forget this characteristic, which is a basic human trait!

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