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Encouraging words to improve employee relationships

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Encouraging wordsInspiring leaders are often thought to possess a certain “X” factor that inspires others to be their best selves on the job: Maybe they radiate an infectious energy, have an undeniable presence that commands respect—or maybe they simply listen far more than they talk.

While all those behaviors have been linked to successful leaders, the seemingly benign phrases you may rattle off daily have an equal impact on your staff’s perspective of their jobs and their relationship with you.

Here are three simple phrases to incorporate into your employee conversations to motivate, deepen engagement and build trust.

1. “I’ll follow up with you on this no later than X date and time.”  

As a manager, you likely have any number of questions or deliverables waiting for your clarification and direction from employees, vendors, peers, clients and your superiors.

But from your employees’ perspective, their questions or concerns are the most pre...(register to read more)

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