Top Things Respected Bosses Do Everyday
When I say BEST BOSS — who comes to mind? Have you been fortunate to find a boss that inspires you? Values your time? Sees your talent? Or are you still looking for that dream boss you that will make you feel like part of a team? The reality is there are a lot of crappy bosses out there. They lack honesty, integrity, authenticity, the list goes on and on and on. You can’t blame them. Being a boss is hard work. It’s unknown ground. It’s not like you can really go to school for that. Plus some bosses have bosses of their own. All these personalities impact work life. With that said, today we’re going to share the top things respected bosses do every day.
Top 6 Things Respected Bosses Do Every day
1. They Pull Everyone Together
Being a leader shouldn’t come down to the time you were at said office. Unfortunately, that plays a huge part in management. But a lot of times the leader in the group is the one everyone looks up too. You can’t force this. It just happens. They are the person on the team that actually listens to your concerns and goes out of their way to help you out. They are the person who when they leave, are absent or just not around anymore — everyone feels it. A good leader has the ability to bring people together.
2. They Accept Blame
No one is perfect. Everyone messes up. If you want to earn the respect of your team, accept blame. Be the first one there to take the hit. It goes a long way. The only catch, you have to mean it. You have to know why you’re taking the blame. Ideally, you’re doing this for a cause greater than yourself.
3. They Celebrate Wins
Damn it, nothing pisses me off more then seeing unnoticed small victories. But it happens. The more it happens, the more respect you lose from your team guys. Take the time to celebrate it goes a long way.
4. The Make More Leaders
A good boss treats his team as equals to a degree. They go out of their way to share knowledge and help develop their team skills. All with the intention of creating more leaders.
5. They Have A Sense of Humor
If you’re going to work with someone or be a boss PLEASE have a sense of humor. Work doesn’t have to be WORK. It can be a career. It can be a place people love going too. Creating a solid work culture is a must to bring out true talent.
6. They Ask Smart Questions
Everyone knows the boss that talks but doesn’t listen. Everyone knows the boss who is more into themselves than everyone else. Don’t be that boss. Be better. Take a step back and talk with your team. Realize they are there for a reason. Respect that. Ask them smart questions and for the love of God LISTEN.
PS. Being a boss isn’t always easy. Personalities mix. You can’t control that. But you can take steps to make the work life better for the team. Do so. It’s worth it. You’ll get more of the team and will reduce the chances of work being WORK. To hear more tips on business feel free to poke around our website www.Treehouse51.com