One of the tenets of good leadership is to be acutely aware of the reactions of others with whom one interacts.
Respect of the leadership is earned and re-confirmed each day with every word uttered and in every nuance in the expressions of the leadership.
On a personal level, we all expect recognition of our value and encouragement for our work from our immediate management leadership. One wrong word or gesture from management may be misconstrued as being dismissive, discouraging or even offensive. This will lead to the belief that management is not appreciative of us or our efforts.
Good leadership will always ensure that such messages are never sent erroneously. If management has made such a faux pas by their conduct then they must rectify the situation immediately through their follow-up actions and words of encouragement. one wishes to be successful in the new venture.
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