A boss at work may seem powerful, with authority to demand more work, energy, time while holding your job at his fingertips. However, this is a functional title given by the workplace. On the other hand, a leader is acknowledged by his followers, commanding respect and support that they choose to give.
The latter allows you to draw out the potential of your followers, involving various parties working together to achieve the best results. A boss who is not a leader cannot appropriately elicit what employees are to give.
Here are some practical steps to become a leader to your employees.
00:52 Step #01: Allow mistakes
01:48 Step #02: Encourage your employees
02:52 Step #03: Set the standards
04:02 Step #04: Be ready for change
05:24 Step #05: Stay healthy