Top 21 Principles Of Employee Empowerment - CiteHR
Bhardwaj Ramesh
Sr.manager-hr&admn
Ramesh Sood
Agm (hr)

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Top 21 Principles of Employee Empowerment

Looking for real management advice about people? Our goal is to create a work environment in which people are empowered, productive, contributing, and happy. Don't hobble them by limiting their tools or information. Trust them to do the right thing. Get out of their way and watch them catch fire.

"Things dont turn up in this world until somebody turns them up."
- Garfield


"There is dew in one flower and not in another because one opens its cup and takes it in, while the other closes itself and the drop runs off."
- Beecher

"Our greatest glory is in never falling,
but in rising every time we fall."

- Goldsmith


1. Demonstrate You Values to the People
2. Share Leadership Vision
3. Share Goals and Directions
4. Share the Power & Recognition.... Lead by making others powerful
5. Trust People
6. Influence their attititude.
7. Create A Spirit-Filled, Motivating Environment
8. Provide Information for Decision Making.
9. Provide them required resources from time to time.
10. Delegate Authority and Impact Opportunities, Not Just More Work
11. Provide Frequent Feedback
12. Develop listening skills among team members
13. Solve Problems: Don't Pinpoint Problem People
14. Listen to Learn and Ask Questions to Provide Guidance
15. Help Employees Feel Rewarded and Recognized for Empowered Behavior
16. Maintain humor
17. Create team spirit
18. Be positive all the times while in mood swings.
19. Show consideration & give constructive criticism
20. Speak the right things
21. Control The Negative Self-Talk...Quiet the voice in the head that says,
I cant do it!

Regards
Bhardwaj



What a lovely quote, this!
"There is dew in one flower and not in another because one opens its cup and takes it in, while the other closes itself and the drop runs off." - Beecher
Thanks for the gift dear..

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