Have you ever experience jumping from one organization to another just because you found out that you were not a fit? Or worst the culture sucks.
Many years ago, I’ve been in an organization in which a manager lacks trust to his people. He constantly checks what we do, and if one person failed to comply with his policies, the entire team will suffer. Why? He will just create a new policy that affects the whole team.
And for me, that is a lack of trust. I will start to feel that I don’t have the autonomy anymore in my career, policies getting stricter and my colleagues will also start to point fingers to anyone rather than owning their own mistake. People will be discouraged to speak out.
Have you ever encountered that kind of management?
Leaders create culture. When we as leaders lack trust in our subordinates, we will only create a culture of suspicion.
Build a culture of trust and not a culture of suspicion.
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