Invite and encourage everyone to define, shape and implement the organization’s vision and mission.
Ingaged leaders believe that it is not enough to tell people to do. They understand that if they want to unlock the full potential of any organization and its people, it is necessary to involve people’s minds, creativity and emotions. I called it Ingagement with an “I” because it gets people Involved, Invested and Inspired.
Start to listen for what other people are saying that is right, not for what is wrong. In this way, you will discover nuggets of wisdom that you can then focus on, ask about, and develop.
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