Bringing Out the Best in People

Bringing Out the Best in People

Ability to Deal with PeopleStanford Research Institute says 85% of the reason you get a job, will keep that job, and move forward in that job has to do with your people knowledge. Only 15% depends on your technical skills and knowledge, regardless of the profession. As we all know – “people don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.”

 Did you know that your report card as a leader is your followers?

 There is a great man who makes every man feel small.
But the really great man is the man who makes every man feel great.

HOW DO YOU BRING OUT THE BEST IN PEOPLE?

* Be accessible

* You cannot lead where you want go

* Create an environment conducive to developing leaders

* Transfer your enthusiasm

* Appreciate your people

* Recognize small and large deeds

* Major in making others feel important – sincerely

* Inspire others to reach for more

* Be tactful

* Stop being a fault finder and be a strength finder

* Invest in others – Stop being “me” centered

* Be a mentor

* Expect the best from others and always do your best

* Don’t encourage mediocrity

* Criticize the act –  not the person

* Do critical feedback in private

* Be patient with yourself and others

* Listen to others

* Make others feel as if they have a stake in the ministry

* Don’t be one dimensional

* Know your people and know what motivates them

* No room for jealousy

* Pick your battles

 This from Equipping Ministries Deacon/Deaconess Training Workshop

www.equippingministries.com

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