As the workforce evolves and employee attitudes shift, the characteristics of effective management have also changed. An increasing number of workers now prioritize meaningful work and continual feedback from supervisors, placing greater importance on engaged, thoughtful leadership. While these priorities may seem at odds with the managerial styles of yesteryear, established leaders can make minor adaptations to better lead their teams.
In this new era, successful managers should show trust and respect for their employees. This approach can help improve employee engagement, hiring and retention, productivity, and competitive advantage, setting the business up for long-term success.
Here are a few ways in which leaders can adapt their management style to suit the modern office.
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