It is common that a team of collaborators who work there are sensational knowledge or skill but their emotional blocks, fears or frustrations prevent them stand out, resulting in them demotivation and reluctance to do homework. Consequently, this is often reflected in low productivity and difficulty in reaching the goals. What makes a wise leader to handle this on their behalf? You can release both your computer and simultaneously position yourself how genuine leader strongly following this three-step strategy. 1. Meet privately with your partner in question. Creates a climate of trust between him (or her) and you to take the next step. 2. Detects what their main emotional block. Ask directly. Once a director of Mary Kay saleswoman related that he had a great potential but was dying of fear when he had to speak in public. This was their main difficulty. But did not know until you asked.
Similarly, the Human Resources Manager some company, was a partner with great potential. However, had a hard time recruiting staff in the scheduled time standards for this. When asked what was wrong, he learned that I was going through family problems and had difficulty concentrating at work. 3. Help them develop.
The bottom line has become a sort of coach for your team. If they show the way, share tips and experiences to help them overcome their emotional blocks will generate respect and admiration for you. In the first case, the director of Mary Kay organized three special sessions with the partner was afraid of speaking in public to teach a technique that will help you overcome this obstacle. In the second case, the manager what he did was give a book to your stress management recruiter, gave him some time to read it and then met with her on two occasions to explore ways to implement what he learned in the studied material. Want to know what happened with these people? They overcame their problems and generated a deep sense of gratitude for their leaders. Spending time with your partners to help influence enables you to improve the working climate in your area, raise individual and team performance and the most important is that you stand in front of them as a true inspirational leader. Many executives use fear as a strategy of power, is effective in the short term but eventually generates a lot of resentment among staff and inhibits creativity.
If you use the strategy defined above three steps you will become an inspiring leader, not only for employees who have emotional blocks, but the rest of the team will observe your behavior and trust, getting your team to respect you and admire. Obviously this will be reflected in increased productivity and will be easier to get to the results that the company asks you, as you will most cooperative members. Be smart. It is bold. If you apply this strategy consistently own light shine. Try it! Leticia Barrios / Developing leadership skills and motivation Leticia Barrios helps executives with leadership positions in small and medium enterprises to develop their leadership skills and motivation to achieve results. Subscribe to e-newsletter and get FREE strategies that will help you become an executive (a) with power.