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Important Development Goals for Better Leadership

Hanna Wilson,HR tech outlook

Hanna Wilson,HR tech outlook

Feedback is frequently used by companies to promote clear communication and employee growth. As a leader, one can inspire their team to achieve greatness by giving constructive feedback that emphasizes improvement rather than faults.


Fremont, CA: There is always room for improvement, whether a person is a natural-born leader or has developed their leadership skills over time. Setting leadership development goals is one way to improve as a leader. The objectives one set for themselves should be aimed at addressing their weaknesses and strengthening their leadership style.

Being an Active Listener

Active listening is a key characteristic of effective leaders. An effective leader fosters a culture of open communication and actively listens to their employees (from entry-level to C-suite). Whether one receives positive or negative information, they should go into every conversation with the intention of listening to what their teams have to say.

Providing Constructive Feedback That Supports Growth

Feedback is frequently used by companies to promote clear communication and employee growth. As a leader, one can inspire their team to achieve greatness by giving constructive feedback that emphasizes improvement rather than faults. Giving feedback is more than just critiquing someone's actions; it can also encourage growth and development if done properly. Leaders should create an environment where their teams feel confident in their feedback's intent.

Being Open to Change and Growth

Leaders can set a goal of being adaptable and open to learning new things rather than assuming that they know everything. They will be in a better position to run their business if they are open to change. This is particularly important during times like the COVID-19 pandemic, when leaders may need to shift resources or business operations to accommodate the economy's shift. Maintaining an open mind to new opportunities and business methods will aid a company's long-term growth.

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