Get Your Employees To Trust And Respect Your Decisions

May 2013
Successful Supervisor;May2013, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
The article offers tips on how to let employees trust and respect the decisions of their supervisor. It suggests that the supervisor must show personal investment and support one's own decision through explaining the reasons and how the decision works in order to gain credibility. It also recommends that showing to employees the readiness to serve and marking the milestones will change skepticism into trust.


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