Introduction|Part 1: Mistakes|Part 2: Appreciation|Part 3: Transparency|Part 4: Competence|Part 5: Autonomy|Part 6: Inclusion|Conclusion
Some say leaders live in a vacuum and they don’t often receive feedback. How then do leaders determine if their leadership style is good or bad? This can be detrimental to the team, as feedback and communication are key aspects found in a healthy work environment. It is important for you as a leader to foster an environment open to communication, and to be aware of the things your employees may be thinking or saying about you privately. You will learn these cues, as well as what to do about them, through this Video On Demand. Utilize this content, understand what your employees think about you and how you behavior affects those thoughts, and become a better leader.