Make Time for Innerviews

It requires as little as five minutes of your managerial time but it is five minutes that could change how you lead and motivate your team. Ideally invest the time to conduct a regular innerview – a catchup session to ask at least one member of your team about their personal lives, goals, challenges, and more importantly how you can help them sort out the work issues. An interview is what you do when you’re hiring someone; and an innerview is what you do when you’re interested in building their success and keeping them.

SourceLeadToday

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