Thursday, October 29, 2009

Are you a Leader of Inclusion?

Gallup poles show only 29% of the US workforce as

Great leaders get people to be excited about and committed to their organization’s mission and vision.  

Then why are there so few great leaders out there engaging their workforce?  Much of it is lack of training, coaching, or mentoring.  One type of leadership for engaging employees is:

Inclusion Leadership: Whether employees feel like an insider or an outsider impacts on their level of engagement. Effective leaders know that everyone on their team has strengths the team needs to be successful, and they know how to get the best out of each person.They understand that people with different personal values can work together effectively when they commit to the same values about trustworthiness and standards of work performance.

The fully engaged employee is one whose needs and values are aligned with their work and their organization.

When are you most engaged as an employee?

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