More and more we see leaders who seem to be missing in action. Leaders who show up in body, but are inattentive or unaware about what is going on with their team, function, or even the organization. What does leadership apathy look like?
- These leaders are more comfortable spending their time in the tactical operations of the business. They fail to lead and delegate.
- They accept whatever level of performance their employees choose to give.
- Their employees feel deprived of feedback and challenging opportunities – they often feel underappreciated.
So how do you, as a leader avoid the apathy trap so you can make a lasting result? Watch the video below for a few suggestions on being a leader that effectively drives employee performance.