Among the top qualities a business requires of its managers and leaders, their ability to motivate employees is key.
A 10% increase in employee engagement can make for a profit boost of more than $2000 per member of staff. If a manager has truly succeeded in motivating their employees, they are also less likely to call in sick, and more likely to cultivate a strong team spirit and to share their enthusiasm with clients and customers. Motivational skills are themselves a composite of many of the other strengths expected of a manager. A boss who is creative, engaged, and focused will find their enthusiasm is contagious. And that creative engagement should be applied not just to the business, but to the individuals they lead. When a boss displays genuine interest in both the job at hand and the human personalities around them, they have the beginnings of that elusive quality: charisma.
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