How can you get your team to be proactive? It’s all about leadership.
Years ago, a “command and control” style worked well with employees, as you could tell them what to do…and they did it!
Today, employees need to be involved. They want to be more collaborative and know the reasons why they’re doing what they’re doing.
As a leader, creating a shared vision and providing guidelines is an effective way of helping your team succeed. It allows workers to have more confidence because they have a clear message of what to do and how to do it.
Join us as Paul Latham explains the best methods to build the right habits encouraging proactivity within your team.