Ora Group prides itself on going the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction. We have a high success rate and our personal touch sets us apart from the competition. We make sure that we are leaders in our business. “Our ability to listen, identify and execute exactly what the customer wants is an additional trait that puts us at the top of our industry,” says Obi Shorinwa, Director of Ora Group. We also make sure we are implementing leadership qualities through the workplace environment. So what exactly do great leaders do everyday and how do they make the workplace better or more productive? To shape a successful workplace environment, Ora Group believes that a company leader should utilize positive tools to help their representatives each and everyday. As a result, the workers become engaged, productive, and more than able to do daily tasks very efficiently.
Here are 3 ways to improve or become the leader your business partners will look up to:
- Praise your workers often. The best leaders make an effort you openly praise a worker for their job well done. For example, The Gallup Organization surveyed more than 4 million workers and they concluded that individuals who receive regular recognition from company leaders showed an increase in individual productivity. As well as, received higher loyalty and satisfaction scores from customers.
- Communicate with your workers by laying out tasks. Most times an individual at work might not know what the specific daily tasks are, they end up falling behind in the crowd. But a great leader notices this, and guides them, explains their task, or lays it out for them to follow along. This makes sure everyone on the team is doing their part and are on the same page.
- Develop a positive workplace environment. Frequent motivation and positivity in the workplace are known to boost performance. “Great company leaders ensure that talent is growing and the right motivation is being portrayed for representatives to reach their highest potential,” says Obi Shorinwa, Director of Ora Group.
These key component that great leaders practice everyday helps them understand what the team and workers needs. Being aware of everyone’s strengths and talents make the workplace productive, creative, motivated, and influential. After all, Ronald Reagan said, “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.”