How leaders can inspire buy-in

02/1/2011 |

Only workers who are genuinely committed to the team's goals will perform to the best of their ability -- and the depth of a worker's engagement largely depends on their boss's behavior, writes Kevin Eikenberry. Be genuine, open and communicative, and solicit and respond to your workers' concerns, and you'll soon see buy-in increase. "Using these steps will significantly increase the engagement, belief and, yes, ownership people feel in the ideas, goals and next steps created through this process," Eikenberry writes.

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