Too often, well-meaning managers guide their employees towards certain mindsets or behaviors that either embody the corporate philosophy, or even that of the individual manager. But high performers are high performers for a reason – they tap into their own personal attributes for success and it’s critical that managers recognize and encourage this.
Patricia Spadaro an internationally known author and expert in practical spirituality, writes about the importance of harnessing what makes us tick as individuals in her article, Honor Your Own Style.
This is a must read for any manager who wants to draw out and nurture the things that set star employees apart from the rest. These are the things that can’t be documented on a performance evaluation or even articulated in a review, but the things that are critical to the success of your organization.