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The Two Questions to Ask Your Team

“What can I do to help?” Leverage the power of connecting and engaging with your employees on a personal level by asking this simple question.

“If you could change one thing about your job, what would it be?” Be prepared to address their concerns and make changes where needed.

By asking, you open the door to engagement, collaboration and problem solving. The solution might be a simple one, or it may lead to a connection and understanding of the struggles of one or more people. You may not be able to grant the request, but you are sending the message that you care and are interested in helping. The dividends from that connection are enormous.

Learn more about how to develop effective teams.


Levin HR Consulting develops leaders in small to mid-size businesses through personalized coaching and guidance by engaging people and ensuring systems are in place to support the growth, scalability, and success of the organization.

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