A right-brained leader knows that strong, deep and productive relationships require a level of vulnerability to build trust. However, we understand that not everyone is a natural at interpersonal relationships. It’s important to recognize the value of a right-brained approach, and to commit to learning the skills necessary to be that kind of leader.
Training your management to build real relationships with employees can transform gifted supervisors into inspirational leaders. Try to elevate communication and connection measures to equal footing with income and operating metrics.
Employees recognize and are affected by the difference between owners who view them as numbers, and those who display humility and vulnerability. Right-brained leadership helps you build trust and will create a culture of commitment, collaboration, accountability and performance.