As a leader in a large organization, I asked my husband what he and his peers seem to agree on as the largest area of improvement for their employees. Without hesitation, he shared that the consensus among leaders is employee consistency. Employees’ understanding of why consistency is important and how to be consistent has proven to be the Achilles Heel for leaders and managers. Despite his many attempts to improve consistency with his team, it seems that their consistency is sporadic… go figure! Well, consistency starts from the top down. Being inconsistent yourself sets a trend that can be hard to break.
Here are two infographics that define why consistency is important in the workplace for you as the leader and how to improve consistency with employees to reach maximum results.
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