Leaders Build Self-esteem in Others

Leaders Build Self-esteem in Others

Top leaders listen intently to their team members. They genuinely care about what each member has to say and that boosts self-esteem in the individual members. Their team’s feeling of personal value increases. Team members feel more worthwhile, and they aspire to greater productivity.

Smart leaders realize that you can actually make another person feel terrific about himself or herself by listening in a warm, genuine, caring way to everything he or she has to say.

When a man and a woman go out for the first time, they spend an inordinate amount of time talking and listening to each other. They look into each other’s eyes and hang on every word. They are each fascinated by the personality of the other. The more each listens to the other, the more positive and happy each of them feel and the stronger becomes the bonds of affection between them.


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