Lead by example and set the standard for excellence.Feb 13, 2023
New managers, it's time to put on your game face and step up to the plate! The journey ahead may be challenging, but with the right attitude and approach, you'll be hitting home runs in no time. And there's one rule of management that you should never forget: Lead by example and set the standard for excellence.
Gone are the days of playing it safe and following the crowd. As a manager, you're the captain of the ship, and it's up to you to steer it in the right direction. And the best way to do that is by leading by example and setting the standard for excellence.
Think about it, if you want your team to be productive, you need to be productive. If you want them to be innovative, you need to be innovative. And if you want them to be excellent, well, you get the picture. Your actions speak louder than words, and your team will take cues from you.
Here are a few tips to help you lead by example:
Show up on time - Punctuality is a sign of professionalism and respect. Make sure you're always on time for meetings and other appointments.
Be a positive role model - Lead with positivity and a can-do attitude. Your energy will be contagious, and your team will follow your lead.
Walk the talk - Practice what you preach. If you expect your team to adhere to certain standards, make sure you're following them yourself.
Celebrate success - When you or your team achieves success, take the time to acknowledge and celebrate it. This will create a positive work environment and will help build morale.
By following these tips, you'll be leading by example and setting the standard for excellence. And, as you continue to grow and develop as a manager, you'll find that your team will be more productive, innovative, and excellent, just like you.
So, go ahead and grab the reins. It's time to show your team what you're made of. And remember, lead by example and set the standard for excellence!
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