Let’s face it, managing others is difficult. Getting others to satisfy your expectations, perform at the top of their capacity and display desirable behaviors at all times can be a challenge for even the most experienced of managers.
And unfortunately, few of us are given the training or mentorship necessary to succeed as leaders.
Few people are born with strong leadership skills – we learn and develop them over time. And as you develop and strengthen your own skills, remember that those farther down in the organization need to develop those skills as well.
Here are 10 leadership habits that are guaranteed to be helpful for new and experienced managers. Not only are they worthy of your attention, they are nuggets of advice worthy of those that you manage and mentor.