Gallup once conducted a survey and found that the reason why basic employees frequently leave the company is not the company, but the boss: the company's managers.
Obviously the managers have worked hard, why is it still like this?
1. Use the Fogg Behavior Model to Stimulate Employee Creativity
Peter Drucker said, "Traditional managers have other people's time, but effective managers have their time."
How to be an effective manager?
In ancient China, Han Feizi said a very classic sentence: "The lower ruler does his best, the middle ruler does the strength of others, and the upper ruler does the wisdom of others".
The first realm is to do things to the best of your ability. This is also the misunderstanding of most managers at present.
The second realm is to make the best of everyone, which is true, because managers need to give full play to the capabilities of others.
But a really good manager is not "doing the best of people", but "doing the best of people's wisdom."
That is to say, he not only allows Latest Mailing Database others to exert their abilities, but also develops the wisdom that others are not aware of themselves.
If you can't "make the best of everyone's wisdom", you can't let more people be creative and produce more performance.
Instead, they try their best to do what is important to others, and managers can't do more important things themselves, and they will end up in an endless loop.
So, how to "do your best"?
We can use the "Fogg behavior model (BJ Fogg's behavior model)" to break down.
The Fogg Model of Behavior believes that to drive a person to act, three elements must be present at the same time: motivation, ability, and trigger.