Industrial Organizational PsychologyTraining, Leadership, and Group Behavior

To Be a Leader: How and Why

Jack Hayhow with Opus Communications gives an overview of how and why to be a leader. He quotes ship captain D. Michael Abrashoff: There was a direct relationship between how much the crew knew about a plan and how well they carried it out.

That, in turn, brought better results and helped us become more combat ready. Hayhow says leaders must explain the how and why to his/her employees. Why might employee performance improve if they understand the why and not just the how?

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