If a leader is a ‘great’ they will have high emotional intelligence, which in turn enables them to be capable of being empathetic, curious, and humble in all their interactions.
We know that most companies and organisations have always measured the performance of their employees through one lens: results. In the new world of work, consideration of the younger generation and work-dynamics, this level of measurement misses an important factor in employee development.
It is accurate to say that employees are becoming more selective of where they decide to work, and in turn they measure the “performance” of their company and managers. Individuals are most focused on their overall experience, and if they face burnout from pressure, they often lose motivation to stay.