Managing as a Ground Floor Leader
How can managers ensure that employees are empowered to do their best work? What actions can managers take today to influence culture change and develop people? What are the essential questions to ask when helping an employee?
“Managing as a Ground Floor Leader” provides real-life examples about how exhibiting certain values influences culture change that can lead to business results, and lists nine characteristics of a ground floor leader. This issue of TD at Work explains how managers can:
- Bring out the best in their employees by becoming ground floor leaders.
- Use ground floor leadership principles to align talent with strategic goals.
- Empower their team to be ground floor leaders and create an engaged culture.