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6 Tips To Make People Feel Comfortable Being Led By You

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6 Tips To Make People Feel Comfortable Being Led By You

As a successful leader you not only need motivation for yourself, but for the people around you to take you towards that success. Mostly people face challenges to lead those who work with them appropriately because of not accepting the true importance of a leader. You do not just act as a leader in your professional life, but you have to manage and make people feel comfortable enough to let you lead them.

1. Lead by example

Leaders don’t believe in giving orders, but they exercise what they expound and lead by example. At workplace leaders become the role model for other co-workers and their subordinates feel comfortable with them and would love to follow. Good leaders make their subordinates feel that they’re heart of the company, not at the boundary. By doing this, every individual led by you feels that he or she makes a difference to the success of the company and gives their work meaning.

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2. Build trust

Most effective leaders lead by example, importune ideas from their team members, listen carefully before acting, and most importantly, trust their team. Trust is essential to build an effective team, because it gives a sense of safety. When your team members feel safe with you, they feel comfortable to open up, and uncover their skills. Creating trust among team members leads you towards innovation, teamwork, creativity, and productivity.

3. Think ahead

Leaders think about the future, and have the answers and a plan of action ready for any challenging situation. They are constantly thinking ahead for the company and their team members for improvement, and finding ways to make work processes smooth for them. Thinking ahead and planning your goals, actions, and timelines, will give you the kind of team you want to build. To make your employees comfortable under your leadership, you should encourage your employees to participate and share their views and knowledge. By involving your employees and volunteers you can make a big difference to become a loved leader.

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4. Yield information

You need to encourage your team members to think strategically until it becomes part of their job. That allows you to provide your employees the most convenient, enjoyable working environment. In order to stay competitive and ahead, you should seek and learn information from your inner circle, on your company’s strengths and weaknesses, industry analysis, customers, competitors, and developing technologies. One of the key requirements of effective leadership is having appropriate and extensive business information that helps leaders elevate their thinking and gives a sense of contribution to employees in achieving success.

5. Trust your gut

Great leaders use to make many of their crucial decisions based upon good information gathered from their team members and their gut. In reality, great leaders that changed businesses, their intuition and courage is what lead innovation. We would not have seen the innovations today, if those leaders had made their decisions based only on the facts, probabilities.

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If you have strong, well-trained employees and you provide them the flexibility to put their efforts to make things happen. You should consider and trust your inner feelings.

6. Start Mentoring

Recognize that your personal involvement is critical for employees to make them familiar with the workplace culture and feel comfortable striking out on his or her own. Include the people led by you in your long term planning and continue supporting, because their comfort level with the environment will have direct posture on your employee’s satisfaction.

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A good leader teaches their employees, associates and others team members to deliberately align themselves. Once an individual is working toward their own goals and success, they will ultimately attempt to grow and achieve their goals, thus displaying being led by a quality leader.

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Tayyab Babar

Tayyab is a PR/Marketing consultant. He writes about work, productivity and tech tips at Lifehack.

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