Raise Your Game: Empowerment Is NOT Everything

May 21, 2017 1 Min Read
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In today’s context, empowerment means to assign authority and trust to an individual to carry out certain assigned responsibilities. This all sounds good as an end goal – however, is that enough? Is giving more power and autonomy really the answer to improved engagement and performance?

Three tips towards employee empowerment:

  • Make leadership decisions.
  • Make the necessary support available.
  • Make the team accountable.

Joseph Tan from Leaderonomics Good Monday shares his thoughts on how to empower your employees effectively.

 
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Read its corresponding article: Empowerment Is Not Everything

 
Recommended reading: 4 Contributing Factors To Underperformance At Work
 

If you would like to engage with Joseph Tan for your organisational needs in terms of setting the right culture and engaging the hearts and minds of the people, email us at info@leaderonomics.com. To know more about what Leaderonomics do as a social enterprise, check out www.leaderonomics.org. For our other Raise Your Game podcasts, click here.

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Joseph is a Leaderonomics faculty trainer who is passionate about engaging with leaders to transform culture in organisations. Previously, he was CEO of Leaderonomics Good Monday. He is currently based in the United States
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