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Stop Being a Boss – Start Being a Leader

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Every business has a boss, but not every team has a leader. The difference between managers and leaders are clear and important. According to a study by the Harvard Business Review, there is a correlation between exceptional leaders and exceptional workers. This means that the faster bosses and managers can transform into leaders, the sooner work performance is likely enhanced. Many managers and bosses struggle with transitioning away from manager-focused ways, but here are a few small steps you can take to become less of a boss, and more of a leader.

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  1. 1. STOP BEING A BOSS – START BEING A LEADER BrianPalaia.com
  2. 2. According to a study by the Harvard Business Review, there is a correlation between exceptional leaders and exceptional workers. This means that the faster bosses and managers can transform into leaders, the sooner work performance is likely enhanced.  HERE ARE A FEW SMALL STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO BECOME LESS OF A BOSS, AND MORE OF A LEADER.
  3. 3. KEEP A STRONG VISION A strong vision is essential, and as a leader, you have to look forward and see where the company is headed. Vision helps a leader and the team plan for the future as well as keeps the company aligns during hard times. As a leader, a strong vision can also provide motivation and inspiration to your team. 
  4. 4. Steve Griggs, the founder, and CEO of Steve Griggs Design, discovered that growth came with making faster and more decisive actions. “Start by evaluating ‘What’s the worst that can happen?’ and ‘What’s my ultimate desired outcome?’,”  Griggs said. “Then, make a decision and sink or swim with the ship.”
  5. 5. STOP MICROMANAGING Micromanaging is a dangerous habit that many managers and leaders have. The reasons behind micromanagement range from inexperience to lack of trust. 
  6. 6. DELEGATE Delegation is key to successful leadership. Not only does delegation save you time but it also allows your company to achieve more and helps develop your team. Another key to delegating is having the ability to provide direction but enable your team to take steps on their own. 
  7. 7. The sooner you make these changes, you will build a team of exceptional workers.  READ MORE AT BRIANPALAIA.COM

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