Is your goal to fix a problem or to reprimand someone for a mistake? What's better for your team and for business?
When you use encouragement, patience, and self-awareness (we've all made mistakes) when approaching an employee or colleague about an error the following happens:
▪️You get better results in fixing the problem.
▪️Trust increases between you and the team.
▪️You create better communication, which positively enhances the work culture.
▪️You're able to identify risks faster because people are more open to sharing issues.
▪️People feel encouraged, and productivity increases.
▪️Innovation increases because people understand that mistakes are learning opportunities.
Whether you're a CEO or an entry-level employee, we should all strive to be better leaders.
Arathi Ramappa is a certified executive coach, certified spiritual life coach, speaker, and management consultant who helps individuals thrive in life and business. Using the concepts of emotional intelligence, self-compassion, and mindfulness, Arathi has helped clients start their own businesses, develop leadership skills, diminish conflict in relationships, implement positive behaviors, and increase confidence.
Arathi offers one-on-one coaching and emotional intelligence and conscious principles workshops to organizations. She created the EASE approach to help others Explore, Analyze, Strengthen, and Empower their thinking to identify and conquer obstacles to success and change their lives and businesses.
With twenty years of experience in business management coupled with certifications in coaching and emotional intelligence, Arathi’s background as a serial entrepreneur and a veteran in the start-up space has provided her with extensive cross-functional knowledge that she can apply to any situation or client. She has managed teams globally in places such as India, Japan, China, Germany, Canada, Taiwan, Eastern Europe, as well as the U.S., and has worked with a wide range of clients including from the financial, healthcare, cybersecurity, and fashion industries, among others.
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