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Ask An Expert; Business Series

Welcome to Ask an Expert Business Series with Misty Lambrecht, the owner of Webfoot Marketing and Design, sharing valuable insights based on her extensive 15 years of experience in business startups and advising in Lincoln County. Creating a positive and successful work environment goes beyond offering praise and appreciation. It involves fostering a collaborative atmosphere where the entire team feels valued and included in the

goal-setting process. Successful managers understand the importance of actively listening to their team members' ideas and opinions.

By involving employees in goal setting, managers not only empower them but also tap into their diverse perspectives and expertise. This inclusivity cultivates a sense of ownership and motivates individuals to contribute their best work. When employees feel heard and respected, they become more engaged and invested in the success of the organization.

Furthermore, effective managers provide their employees with a degree of freedom and autonomy. They recognize that individuals bring unique experiences and creativity to the table, which can lead to innovative solutions and growth opportunities.

By granting some latitude to employees, managers allow them to utilize their expertise

and explore new approaches. This freedom fosters a sense of trust and encourages employees to take ownership of their work. However, it's not enough to merely listen to ideas and provide autonomy; successful managers also follow through. They understand

that actions speak louder than words. When team members offer valuable insights or suggest improvements, managers take the necessary steps to implement those ideas whenever feasible. This follow-through demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement and shows employees that their contributions are genuinely valued.

In conclusion, creating a positive and successful work environment involves more than offering praise. It requires managers to involve their team in goal setting, actively listen to ideas, provide employees with some freedom to exercise their experience and creativity, and

follow through on implementing suggestions. By fostering collaboration, respecting individual contributions, and embracing a culture of action, managers can inspire their team members to reach new heights and drive overall organizational success.

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