4 Problem-Solving Tactics Of Great Leaders
At businesses both large and small, the best leaders use four similar problem-solving tactics, writes Glenn Llopis, chairman of the leadership and business development company Glenn Llopis Group, in a recent post for Forbes. He says these strategies can go a long way toward deterring problems and resolving them peacefully when needed.1. Communicate transparently.
2. Break down silos.Workplace problems frequently arise from organizational boundaries. Breaking down those barriers will create a more open culture and decrease competition - which, in turn, should lessen office problems. A great leader understands this, and acts on it.
3. Foster an open-minded culture.
Successful leaders are experienced problem-solvers. When trouble hits, they know from past encounters how to work with the right people and resources to reach a solution. Llopis says the worst way to approach an issue is without an underlying strategy. "Take enough time to step back and assess the situation," he writes.
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