How to Be a Boss to Remember

A nightmare boss can not only impact an individual’s work life, but also their personal life and sense of self. If an employee respects you, they will be far more likely to want to go that extra mile to achieve a result. Furthermore, research has repeatedly shown that employees don’t leave companies, they leave bosses. So if you want a dedicated workforce that is going to put their everything into your company’s journey, then you need to help your employees realise all the great things they have the potential to accomplish.

Be Accessible

Effective communication is fundamental if you want to create a trusting and valuable relationship between yourself and your employees. Make sure that you are easy to reach, whether that be in person or digitally, and answer every email no matter how unimportant you believe the issue to be. This will allow you to collaborate with your employees on their projects, which will lead to a strong team-mentality. Equally, it will allow for any issues to be dealt with quickly and prevent a negative mindset developing amongst your employees.

Setting Goals

Make sure your expectations are reasonable and achievable. A sense of accomplishment makes coming to work feel worthwhile, as well enabling employees to feel as if their role is a valuable asset to the company. Use short-term goals to motivate your employees in regularly reaching a target, and longer-term goals to establish a vision for them to strive towards.

Time Off

You should strive to be understanding with time off, both in terms of weekends and holidays. In highlighting to your workforce that you value their priorities outside of work, you are showing that you respect them not only as an employee but as a person. This will build a sense of mutual understanding, and will likely lead to your employees being more motivated in the time that they are working.

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-  The KFS Group Blog Team