5 management styles that attract new and existing employees
We know that finding and retaining top talent is a key priority for businesses. Have you heard of the saying ‘people don’t leave bad jobs, they leave a bad boss’? One way to ensure retention is by having effective management styles that attract and retain employees. Here are five management styles that can help businesses attract new and existing employees:
Transformational leadership is a management style that focuses on inspiring and motivating employees to achieve their best. Transformational leaders are typically charismatic and use their energy and enthusiasm to create a positive work environment. They focus on employee development, empowerment, and autonomy, which can be particularly appealing to new and existing employees who want to learn and grow in their roles.
Servant leadership is a management style that emphasizes serving employees first, with the belief that by serving employees well, they will be motivated to serve the company's customers or clients. Servant leaders prioritise the needs of their team members and work to create a collaborative work environment that fosters creativity and innovation. This approach can be particularly attractive to employees who value empathy and teamwork.
Coaching leadership is a management style that focuses on developing employees' skills and abilities through regular feedback, guidance, and support. Coaching leaders work closely with their team members to identify areas of improvement and help them set and achieve goals. This approach can be particularly appealing to employees who want to grow and develop their skills, as well as those who appreciate regular feedback and support.
Authentic leadership is a management style that emphasizes honesty, transparency, and ethical behaviour. Authentic leaders are genuine, transparent, and consistent in their actions and communication. This approach can be particularly appealing to employees who value honesty and trust in their leaders.
Collaborative leadership is a management style that emphasises teamwork and collaboration among employees. Collaborative leaders encourage open communication, idea sharing, and cross-functional collaboration to achieve common goals. This approach can be particularly attractive to employees who value a positive and inclusive work environment.
Effective management styles are crucial for attracting and retaining top talent. So, whether you’re training your existing managers, or on the lookout to hire the right manager for the right team, these management styles are key to a content workforce.
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