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Effective Ways to Connect with Your Employees - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

Effective Ways to Connect with Your Employees

Managers are the drivers of the business entity, and they oversee the execution of activities. There is a professional distance between managers and the primary employees defined by the responsibilities of every team player. Nevertheless, ranks and positions should not create separation between leaders and their employees. Instead, business leaders should develop closer links with their employees to enhance a good relationship between all members.


According to 2017 Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, the kind of managers or management in any institution cited to contributes highly to the employees leaving their jobs voluntarily. When managers connect better with their employees, there are higher chances for a better working environment that results in increased productivity.

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This article will focus on how managers can effectively connect with their employees through learning the virtue of self-regulation.


Tips for Creating a Helpful Mutual Relationship with Your Employees

To effectively manage your company, it is crucial to start with the right foot by connecting with your employees from the outset. The most important factor is to create a balanced environment where you unleash genuine interest in getting to know your employees as an individual. These tips will help you start your relationship with your employees on the right foot.


1. Be familiar with your team

It is vital to introduce your leadership style, expectation, and personal interest to your team members. By doing so, you give them a clear image of who you are. Also, take your time to learn other team members background information so that you understand the people you are working with.


2. Set an individualized meeting with your employees

Ensure you know all your employees at the individual level. You can start by knowing what they’re looking for in a leader, but also learn their personal and background information to get more information on who they are. When interrogating a new employee, it is important to take that opportunity to introduce yourself and the kind of your leadership style, as well.


3. Introduce Your Members to Each other

This is a better way of ensuring members know each other and they respect your company protocols. You can do this in a friendly and interactive way without exposing your member’s personal matters. In the case of new members on board, conduct a prior orientation to introduce him or her to all departments and workers of your company.


Does connecting with your employees impact their engagement?

Many managers are unaware of the many benefits that come along with creating a better connection with their employees. A lot of companies which perform exemplary well have proven that it all started by connecting all employees with their leaders boosting their engagement. Also, engaged workers feel motivated to give the maximum effort to their companies.


Establishing a robust two-way trust between workers and their bosses makes it easier for managers to facilitate open and honest communication reducing the chances of conflicts on their firm. It also makes the employees more empowered to take calculated risks without the fear of failure. Adding up all these factors make your employees feel valued, and that will increase their overall performance.


Easy Tips for Maintaining Close Connection with Your Employees

Once you lay the foundation for a relationship to blossom, you also need to maintain those connections thriving. You need to implement short term tactics that will reap long term results. Here is how to keep secure relationships with your workers.

  • Be transparent – being transparent with your actions gives your employees trust to believe in you. Be open as you can with your employees, regardless of the sensitivity of the matters in hand.
  • Reward you workers – nothing is encouraging as motivating your hardworking employees with recognition. You can go through the best hr reports to evaluate the clients to appreciate.
  • Create a fun working environment – occasionally, organize fun activities with your members to interact. You can take your members for a group lunch or head to the park in the afternoon. You can also allow your members to decorate their workplace to make them brighter and attractive to them.            


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