Leaders don't just Lead, they teach others how to also lead. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, these strengths can be used to the benefit of the office in a variety of capacities. For example, if an individual in your office is great at social media, help foster this learning and growth to help in this area in your office.
While, another individual might have greater ideas on how to streamline a process. I'm not saying make everyone a boss in your office, but help foster leadership. Just because you are the individual in charge doesn't mean you have to be the only one that leads on every new project, idea or area in your office. You want to help build the confidence in others around you.
Anyone can be a boss. People can walk around and demand items from those who work for them. For example, they can demand that reports be printed on time, or demand promptness. However, if you want others to step up and take initiative then you must help support their learning and employees desires to become leaders as well.
Great teams take effort. Take time to work on your practice regularly to build quality communication and strengthen your results. For more information and to read other articles, please visit us at www.saltdpm.com.