We’re students of great business leadership here in the Proof Management office. When managers go beyond the call of duty to achieve winning results, we take note. We have discovered a few key behaviors among the most effective leaders, which we do our best to emulate day in and day out.

Staying engaged in the present is one thing elite managers do consistently. They learn lessons from the past and look for ways to apply them in the future, but they do so without losing sight of current priorities. This is obviously a tough balance to achieve, which is why it’s done by truly effective leaders.

The best managers also take time to recognize their team members’ contributions. This type of recognition is a key part of the Proof Management culture, with our leaders often giving out praise for jobs well done. We have seen the morale-boosting effects of these behaviors. They have inspired us to keep pushing beyond our current skill sets.

Listening to other people’s ideas is another cornerstone of inspiring leadership. The best managers embrace the disparate experiences and viewpoints of their team members, encouraging innovative work in the process. While they adhere to guiding company principles, they’re also willing to listen to outside-the-box ideas from their diverse team members.

We’re inspired by these shared behaviors of top-flight business leaders. Visit Proof Management on Facebook for more of our thoughts on effective leadership.

We’re students of great business leadership here in the Proof Management office. When managers go beyond the call of duty to achieve winning results, we take note. We have discovered a few key behaviors among the most effective leaders, which we do our best to emulate day in and day out.

Staying engaged in the present is one thing elite managers do consistently. They learn lessons from the past and look for ways to apply them in the future, but they do so without losing sight of current priorities. This is obviously a tough balance to achieve, which is why it’s done by truly effective leaders.

The best managers also take time to recognize their team members’ contributions. This type of recognition is a key part of the Proof Management culture, with our leaders often giving out praise for jobs well done. We have seen the morale-boosting effects of these behaviors. They have inspired us to keep pushing beyond our current skill sets.

Listening to other people’s ideas is another cornerstone of inspiring leadership. The best managers embrace the disparate experiences and viewpoints of their team members, encouraging innovative work in the process. While they adhere to guiding company principles, they’re also willing to listen to outside-the-box ideas from their diverse team members.

We’re inspired by these shared behaviors of top-flight business leaders. Visit Proof Management on Facebook for more of our thoughts on effective leadership.