There’s no “right” management style, as each employee and company is going to have an individual perspective. Though, down here are 5 golden rules might help you develope your human resources administering activities
- Encourage all opinions and ideas:
The more you stimulate staffs to speak up and share their thoughts, the more easily you can understand their potential. A good leader usually know when is the time to sit down and listen to his employees, no matter those opinions are useful or not. Providing employees an open-sharing enviroment where everyone feel easy to contribute ideas is the first management rule to consider.
- Publicly reward and recognize hard work:
When a member of your team does something exceptional, reward him/her immediately, even just with a small trophy or a vocal recognition. Do this in front of the group; it will make the employee feel good and show the rest of the team that hard work is rewarded.
- Be the example:
It's quite easily to understand here, you never can persuade people to be hard-working when you are not. Always be the first person arriving the office, keep your promises and spread positive attitude around.
- Never go with 'one-size-fits-all:
The old 'one-size-fits-all' rule no longer works, especially with the millenials generation. We all were born with different stories, different experiences and different ambitions. Listen to your employees as much as possible to know where they are really from, whats shape them into the person in front of you now. Sympathizing your employees is such a long and difficult part to conquer, yet if you can do, you certainly will see how faithful they become.
- Be consistent:
This is the last rule because it applies to most of the others. Before your management approach can be effective, it must be consistent. You must reward the same behaviors every time they appear, discourage the same behaviors when they appear and treat every member of your team with an equal, level-headed view.