Being authentic in workplace interactions requires clarity of intention. The most frequent and important of these interactions is the giving and receiving of feedback. Well conducted feedback affects personal and professional growth in exponentially positive ways. Likewise, inauthentic feedback with disguised intentions infects workplace culture allowing resentment and suspicion to fester. The following five points outline how you can leverage feedback to be a more authentic leader.
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Whether it’s your full-time job or an occasional requirement of your role, getting started in project management can sometimes be a daunting prospect. Projects are dynamic by nature as they constantly evolve and shift, at least the ones worth managing do.
People often think that being a leader is about knowing more than others, having all the answers, and therefore making all the decisions. However, this fixed mindset is fraught with danger. When leaders make decisions in isolation they have disengaged teams and stakeholders that don’t support the outcome. There’s also increased likelihood they’ll make an ill-informed decision because they don’t have all the relevant points of reference. Here are 4 decision making tips to take you and your team to business success.