"The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and selfrestraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it." - Theodore Roosevelt
The individuals who spend their maximum part of the day at the workplace, striving hard to reach to a conclusion benefiting them as well as the organization are called as employees. In a layman’s language employees are the lifeline of an organization.
Empowerment of employees results in increased initiative, involvement, enthusiasm & innovation. From large corporate giants to a small business operation, this concept holds true. This is because; empowerment caters to an important human need which is common to any employee, regardless of work setting. This is the need for recognition and self actualization. In some people, this quality is high while you may find other with a limited level of these needs. Sometimes, the need may exist yet, overshadowed by other more pressing needs or hides deliberately to suit organisational culture. Yet, it is important for managers to realize that each employee can be given responsibility, decision making rights, and resource allocation powers so that they can complete an assigned task successfully with minimum management intervention. This in fact creates “mini managers” who are self directed across all levels of the business.
Empower and Relieve yourself
When a manager or a leader trains themselves to empower their down line, it also benefits the manager or the leader as well. Employee empowerment changes the managers’ mind-set & leaves them more time for company-wide improvements. The leader has more time and thinking time to engage in overall visionary strategizing than be embroiled in day to day fire fighting within functional activities. This helps organizations a better and stronger growth potential.
What makes Business Empowerment a success?
Job satisfaction and a sense of meaning in the work you do can be the...
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