1. Seek out feedback. As a manager, you are likely used to giving feedback to others. However, it is just as important to find that feedback from the people that you work with. Ask your employees for an honest response on your performance and use that to improve your management style.
2. Be open to change. As a manager, it is important to be flexible and open to change. If something isn’t working, don’t be afraid to try something new. By being willing to adapt, you’ll be able to better meet the needs of your team.
3. Invest in your own development. Just as you invest in the development of your employees, it is important to invest in your own development as well. Attend conferences and workshops, read books on leadership, and take online courses. The more you invest in yourself, the more effective of a leader you will become.