Author: Salvatore Corradi – FM Chairman
Young people will always be the future power for a country and an enterprise. As a leader, when paying attention to the mainstay of an enterprise, it should pay more attention to the development of young people. For the long-term development of the company, it is a must for every company to cultivate the leadership of young people.
- Creating a positive work environment
The key factor driving employee engagement is making them proud of the company they work for. You need to maintain a positive working attitude and treat employees with respect. This will not only allow the company to maintain a positive work environment, but also increase employee loyalty. In such an environment, employees are more interested in work and more motivated. Not only do they like to work long hours at the company, but they also want to stay longer inside the company and become part of the company.
- Managers should learn to delegate tasks
The job of a manager is to figure out how to delegate tasks effectively. Giving a junior employee more responsibilities will make them feel that they are an important part of the company. The more confident employees are at work, the easier they will feel when they assume leadership roles. Similarly, a strong leader should know how many things his employees can handle, whether he has too many ideas, and who is suitable for what kind of tasks.
- Self-awareness is the key link
If you are a business executive who encourages young people to become leaders, then you need to tell these young people exactly what you need to see from them. Those who are interested in senior management tend to have high overall participation.
- You need to show leadership skills
Communication is the key. Establishing close relationships with young employees, and the relationship between employees and their immediate superiors, is one of the key factors driving employees to work. One of the best ways to build close relationships with young employees and develop their leadership skills is to communicate effectively with them. Managers and business leaders need to be able to communicate effectively and build strong and intimate relationships with employees. That means listening, avoiding prejudice, saying what is clear and convincing.