Wednesday, March 28, 2007

This one is for you Boss!

Victimized meekly endeavors to suggest ways to current and all wannabe bosses to be the best boss possible. Hey boss---hope you're listening too!

Train yourself and your employees: Read books on management, buy training programs, enroll in workshops and seminars that will help you become the type of leader that you would like to work for yourself. And train your employees. When you invest the time and money to do so, you are letting them know that you value them.

Communicate clearly and regularly: Employees perform best when they know exactly what is expected of them, are given feedback that is specific, sincere, and timely. Two-way communication is important. When you let employees know that you are willing to listen to what they have to say, they will open up to you—and who knows what wonderful ideas they might have to share.

Treat them with respect: Employees, no matter how menial the job or low the pay, deserve to be treated with respect.

Recognize their contributions: People need to be caught doing great things. Too often, the only time employees are recognized are when they make a mistake. But, if you make it a point to praise them—and do so in public—they will continue to work hard for you. People are hungry for recognition and will accomplish significantly more if they receive it on a regular basis.
Motivate them: Too many managers think money is the ultimate motivator; it isn’t. Nothing is more effective in motivating an employee than a pat on the back, a simple thank you, or a public word of praise.
Coach them: If you want to have a winning team, you must coach each member. You must nurture them. Recognize their strengths and help them to improve on their weaknesses.

When you treat employees with respect, communicate openly and honestly, and coach them to do the best job possible, you will not only be a good boss but also increase your chances of being promoted to even higher positions within the organization. It’s a win-win situation.

Victimized sincerely hopes that all bosses will read this and mend their ways.


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