What Do Employees Want from a Good Boss


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Steven Conway


When you hire employees to work for you, being a good boss can make all the difference when it comes to your company's profit, productivity, and reputation. A boss who is a good leader will build better relationships with their employees, prioritizing employee satisfaction, and improving the workplace morale. All of this contributes to better results, leading to a stellar reputation amongst your customers. Here are just some of the main things that employees in all industries look for in a good boss:

#1. Approachability:
Nobody wants to work for a boss who they find difficult to talk to, so as a manager, be sure that you are approachable. An "open door" policy in your office will create a stronger relationship between you and your employees, however, for it to work effectively, you must also be an approachable person who your team feel comfortable bringing any comments, suggestions or even grievances to. Make yourself more approachable to employees by spending time with them. This can be both in work and outside during team building events, for example taking them for a fun day out at an escape room Indianapolis.

#2. Education:
When you are leading a team, the team members will expect you to be educated in your field. After all, as the boss, your employees will be trusting you to know more than they do when it comes to work tasks and processes. Along with this, you can also benefit from training courses that specifically focus on improving your leadership skills.

#3. Positive Attitude:
When managing a team of employees, it is important to understand that your attitude will influence theirs. So, if you have a negative attitude in the workplace and always see the bad side of things, chances are that your employees are going to be the same, leading to lower levels of employee satisfaction, a higher turnover, and a tense, unhappy workplace morale. On the other hand, employers who demonstrate a positive, can-do attitude at work are more likely to influence their employees' moods for the better.

#4. Personal Investment:
When it comes to picking a good employer, most employees would go for the one who invests in their personal development. Along with getting to know your team as individuals and learning a little bit about them, to be a good leader, you should be interested in helping your team to go far and supporting them in their success. So, to be a better boss, offer training and development opportunities, perhaps even training your employees to be great managers themselves!

#5. Honesty:
Being honest with your employees is going to earn you a lot more respect than simply hiding things from them. When surveyed, 84% of employees who participated in a study conducted by a leadership training provider reported preferring a boss who is able to honestly own up to their mistakes. As a leader, it's always important to be sure that you are providing the best example to your team. So, honesty and integrity should always be your biggest priorities.
Last of all, don't forget to appreciate your employees and thank them for all the hard work and effort they are putting in. This is definitely one of the marks of a great boss and leader!

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