Leadership

June 21, 2016

Three smiling office workers

Leadership styles of executives dictate the outcome of operational success. A positive leader engages employees and motivates them daily. A negative leader impacts turnover and leaves employees feeling defeated. What kind of leader are you?

A leader that acts as a mediator enables employees to produce their best work through collaborative relationships and consistent feedback. A mediator’s leadership style acts on behalf of a larger group. They make employee needs a priority and are able to create a productive environment. Positive leaders get organizations put on “Best Places to Work” lists, while employees compete to work under them. Good leadership can be felt throughout the entire organization. Open two-way communication decreases misunderstandings and boosts morale. Employees feel that their work is impacting the success of the company and want to develop their skills as a result.