You, as a manager, hold the responsibility for both the welfare and productivity of your employees, which is why you are the one that is held accountable in the face of workplace difficulties.
Poor management is often blamed for an unsatisfactory bottom line, high employee turnover, low well-being and poor performance. Although most managers aim to perform well as leaders, some fall short each day. However, the question remains: what constitutes a good leader, and what defines good leadership?
At People & Performance, we would rather discuss effective leadership than good leadership. And we believe that the recipe for good leadership consists of several ingredients.