A great way to step into your leadership power is to start saying things that you haven’t said before. The more aware you can be of your language, the more effective a leader you will be. Too often new leaders are taught to concentrate on schedules, forecasts and milestones. They aren’t always taught to listen to, much less manage, the energy on their teams. Too many new leaders aren’t taught to ask their teammates “How are you doing?” or to reinforce them when they do something fantastic at work. That’s a shame, because building trust and good energy on a team is a manager’s most important task.
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