Early in the year I wrote about my personal vision to create better, happier workplaces and my commitment to focus on the management behaviors that lead to ideal workplaces. In the first blog post I shared the benefits of and best approaches to positive reinforcement. This week we’ll look at getting out of your team’s way. Yes, you read that right. People are happier when they have a leader who doesn’t create roadblocks and bottlenecks, and instead gets out of the way to allow the team to perform at its best.

Seven key steps to getting out of your team’s way


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