If you are a boss, you can understand the pain it costs to make people follow your instructions. But if you really are a boss you can make people willingly follow your instructions. The greatest tip is to convince them that they want to do the job, they don’t have to do the job.
Here are a few ways to do the job.
Adjust your working style
Adjust according to other people’s working style and professional ethics. You’ll get better and speedier results if you effort according to what your client or another team-mate wants. For example, if a prospective client likes to work in early hours of the morning, this is well and good.
Show mild reliance
It’s simple, just say, ‘I was wondering if you could give some ideas about how to go about digital marketing, I am getting a little confused.’ The person you’re talking to would know you look up to them and value their opinions, and they’ll be ready to help you.
Show optimism and smile
Studies have revealed that people find it difficult to say no to people who are optimistic and always smiling.
Make eye contact
Psychology suggests that eye contacts help you to build a real connection with people. It makes people trust you and achieve a comfort level with you. When people know they are working with someone who is good to be with, they work harder and quicker.
Diffuse the sense of responsibility in your team
The trick to do this is getting a commitment from them. By doing so, you create a sense of responsibility of completing the task and this also leads to accountability.