1. Varied Management
In today’s workforce, it is pretty common for employees and sometimes upper management’s age ranges from 16 to 75. Working with and managing a varied employee pool is quite difficult in any industry. Leaders should be prepared to address and examine generational stereotypes about their coworkers on a regular basis. In order to successfully lead a diverse team, it is important to challenge your own stereotypical based notions.
While it can be difficult to challenge and change preconceived notions, reading certain self-help/self improvement materials to improve interactions in the office is recommended for leaders of all ages.
Due to the interconnected workflows that have become prevalent within in the last 5-10 years, many business related questions are solved cross functionally. In addition to leaders understanding when/how to collaborate, communication and interpersonal skills with a wide array of people is absolutely essential in all types of interactions.
Regardless of either internal or external business related conversations, assessing which teams or individuals are most fit for addressing the issue is important for crafting an effective action plan. Making an effort to connect with all members of your team professionally and personally is important to surpass the higher levels of interpersonal behavior.
With the pace, structure, and shifting landscape of the workplace changing the past decade or so, maintaining resilience every step of the way. Building up their resilience is definitely one of the three pillars you need to focus on when building out your team. Resilient leaders are able to manage anxiety both in their personal and professional lives, while also appeasing anxiety with others around them.
Engaging the above practices in your leadership position will help you address and solve issues that arise in any internal or external instance. For more tips, be sure to check out this link.