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Here are three ways you can help your employees not only feel smarter, but act smarter:
- Look for ideas everywhere.
Don't assume you know where all the new and creative ideas will come from. Involve people on projects not because of their titles, but based on their ability to contribute.
- Encourage openness.
Create a safe environment where your people know they can -- and should -- think, act, and speak with reason. Have a high tolerance for mistakes so people aren't afraid to take risks.
- Challenge them to get better.
Offer opportunities for people to stretch their thinking and behavior. Set the expectation that everyone, including you, should improve their skills.