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  • Writer's pictureDoug Fleener

Employees Notice If You….

Have double standards. They see if you act in a way they aren’t supposed to.

Value customers. It’s what you do when watched. Not what you say.

Don’t address problem employees. Especially if they are top performers.

Blow them off. It confirms that leaders feel more important than employees.

Are moody. In coaching managers, I heard about moody executives and owners a lot.

Gossip. It means they know they can’t trust you.

Employees Notice When You….

Act in the same way you expect of them.

Show customers that they are your top priority.

Hold everyone to the same standard—even top performers.

Make time for them. It shows you value them.

Are consistent in your moods and action.

Never talk “off the record.” Nothing good follows, “Between you and me…..”

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