How to effectively manage staff
More often than not all employees play a key role in their organization. And because of this, it is not so important to promote the common cause. They are engaged only in the performance of their direct duties. It would not be bad for a good leader to hold general meetings from time to time, in which the overwhelming majority of employees would take part. At such events it is worth discussing with the colleagues the results of the general work, as well as the defeats and achievements. Thus, you can find out what kind of atmosphere reigns in the team, what worries people and what they would like to improve.
Rules in the team and their implementation
A good boss needs to establish specific rules in his office or company that act on all team members. These rules should be simple and understandable. This will help ensure that employees feel more comfortable in the team, because they all work on the same principles as they do. It's like in a family with several children. A favorable atmosphere will reign only when the children see that everyone is treated equally: for blunders - punished, for achievements - encouraged.
Encourage the initiative
When each employee is given to understand that he has the right to freely speak, put forward new ideas and proposals, this is only in the hands of the leader. Then everyone in the team understands that everyone is doing one thing and are aiming to come to a common achievement. It is always worth praising employees for their efforts to achieve something or improve something. This praise should be expressed both verbally and materially. Such an approach will stimulate further fruitful and high-quality work.
Get rid of egoists
Do not let anyone think that he is better than everyone else in the team. This attitude of some employees to what they do will adversely affect the collective work. A successful manager does not need employees who make decisions based only on their own interests, rather than on the interests of the common cause.
Inform the team
Knowing only individual facts, employees can imagine a general picture of what is happening. However, their understanding of what is happening may radically differ from how things really are. It would be nice to inform staff about how things are and how the problems are being solved. The advantage of this approach is that employees always understand what can be expected in the near future, and also, perhaps, have a definite solution for the problems that have arisen.