As managers and leaders, we depend on our team members as much as they depend on us. The productivity, innovation, and personality of managers create a culture of trust in a business team and also drives success.
If employees feel like they are part of a workplace which cultivates them as thinkers and people, their job satisfaction will increase significantly.
And your job as a leader becomes a whole lot easier.
However, to gain access to your employees’ great ideas and adequately address challenges when they arise, you must first establish a culture of trust in which every employee feels comfortable to speak up and be themselves.
Here are 6 key ways to establish that culture of trust.