Becoming a meaning-maker isn’t as complicated as it might sound. Take an interest in each employee’s future in the organization. Find new ways people can contribute to their teams and help them shine brighter in their current positions. By doing this, you’ll not only make people feel secure in their jobs, but also help them believe that they matter, both to their bosses and to their co-workers.
The key thing to remember in order to be an effective meaning-maker is not to think of your employees as working for you, but instead working with you. Foster an environment where everyone is heard and mistakes are viewed as a learning experience that will ultimately benefit everyone on the team.
The best productivity comes out of an environment where everyone is working toward a common goal. Remember that, and you’ll have an organization that’s ready to take on the world.
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