January 1, 2012
Inspire a shared vision.
Cool under pressure.
Have team-building skills.
Have problem solving skills.
Create a productive environment.
Employees are informed on how they?re doing on the job.
Whenever employees do not achieve expected results, are met with concern.
Employees are encouraged to participate in setting goals and determining how to achieve those goals.
When talking with employees about their performance, managers are very open and frank.
Explain subordinates the requirements they would be expected to meet to qualify for larger responsibilities within organization in the future.
Clarify with subordinates their duties, responsibilities and the important results they are expected to accomplish.
Work with subordinates in developing agreed-to "standards of performance".
Contribute ideas to subordinates to help them do their jobs.
Provide appropriate recognition and rewards to subordinates for the results they have achieved on the job.
Thorough discussions, employees are helped to learn from their success and failures.
Employees can about their ambitions and aspirations for the future.
Employees think through problems and make important decisions on their own.
Subordinates are praised whenever they achieve a significant result.
Provide opportunities for subordinates to broaden their experience and increase their competence.
Chat with subordinates about ways they might improve their effectiveness on the job.
Discuss with subordinates specific things they might do to better in the future.
Employees are informed about our overall organizational plans and operating results.
Employees are provided with support and backing.
Easy to talk to, even when busy and under pressure.
Subordinates are encouraged whenever they are undertaking difficult assignments.
Understand subordinate?s viewpoints when discussing problems and undertakings with them.
Encourage subordinates to express themselves openly.
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