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Consider the moral and ethical consequences of decisions
Seek different perspectives when solving problems
Get employees to challenge old assumptions and to think about problems in new ways
Spend time teaching and coaching
Consider each individual employee’s different needs, abilities and aspirations
Are compassionate, appreciative and responsive to each employee and recognize and celebrate each employee’s achievements Their important toward
6. Significantly increases organizational performance
Is positively linked with long term market share and customer satisfaction
Generates higher commitment to the organization from their employees
Increases employee trust in management and organizational citizenship behaviors (i.e., extrarole workrelated behaviors such as conscientiousness, altruism and sportsmanship that are discretionary, not related to the formal reward system of the organization)
Enhances employee satisfaction with both their job an...
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- Spring '14