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How can a manager influence a positive employee life cycle?

According to research, a manager alone accounts for 70% of the variance in team engagement. From the employee journey, engagement happens before the performance because engaged employees are more likely to achieve better performances.

Subsequently, development happens after the performance because when the employees perform well due to positive and meaningful feedback, they will be optimistic about how their strengths benefit the company's goals.

We know that revenue comes no. 1, and managers often feel immense pressure to hit revenue targets and goals dictated by the stakeholders.

Due to this, meetings are usually conducted with a top-down approach to track employee performances without regard for how employees feel and inspiring positive change.

Consider whether you are motivating your team to build on their strengths and work with a purpose.

If the answer is no, get some tips to learn the differences between a leader and a manager. 

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