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One of the most important parts of being an effective leader is building trust. In this guest post, Dr. Jeremy Statton provides 6 ways leaders can do this with their teams.
So the front desk contacted the kitchen to set aside a croissant, and room service was informed that upon request, they would need to deliver the pastry post haste. … These are the stories that Steve Wynn shares with his teams—and you can witness that level of teamwork at any of his properties today.”
Most leaders talk to their teams about how they value honesty. However, judging by their behavior, very few of these leaders actually encourage it.
Holding a position of authority requires a keen understanding of how to use it effectively. Authority should be used for the good of the team. I worked for a Marriott hotel when I was nineteen-years-old. My job was to check every room service order before it was served to the guest and to help deliver the trays.
Every once in a while (perhaps annually) it is good to re-evaluate every standing meeting and ask five questions: “What is the intended outcome of this meeting?” … For example, when someone says, “The ELT is insisting that the SPU leaders take these projects back to the MSS for further consideration” you know you have a problem.