Great leaders and their leadership style make all the difference in leading their employees. What are Bay Area leaders doing to lead their employees and to keep them coming back for more? Could it be a hurting economy that employees rather not rock the boat, or are some companies going above and beyond the company norm to let employees know that they are valued?
CH Reynolds Electric Inc., is a San Jose based company specializing in providing electrical, data, and managed services. It is a company that works hard and plays hard. When it comes to a little company rest and relaxation CH Reynolds and its employees enjoy company cookouts, charity golfing, sports events, yoga, and more. Chuck Reynolds the man behind the vision has developed a company culture in our fast-paced Silicon Valley that keeps employees coming back for more.
Great leaders develop ways to bring value to the entire company vision. It is a process that is not learned over-night but rather through years of experience in, patience, mistakes, failures, successes, and evaluation. Great leaders think about at least six things.
- Great leaders think about the company as a whole.
- Great leaders think about making the company better as a whole.
- Great leaders think about great customer service management.
- Great leaders think about delivering great products and services.
- Great leaders think about their employees as a personnel asset.
- Great leaders think about learning how to improve upon their leadership styles.
University Electric is a ninety-year old family business based in Santa Clara providing high end home appliances. Their company culture is very much family oriented and is very big on customer service from their in-house team to their manufacturers. University Electric doesn’t stop there they are very proactive in supporting Bay Area’s youth. Jim Heintz, a co-owner stated, “We want to do whatever we can to support our youth and kids.”
Great leaders and their leadership style do make a difference. CH Reynolds and University Electric have developed company cultural standards that we as business owners can learn to lead by. These employees are enjoying the benefit of working with great leaders. Today’s world of business requires us to be better leaders.
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