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Traits that define a good leader in the manufacturing industry

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What do successful leaders in the manufacturing industry have in common? First of all, their employees trust them. How do you build that trust? Industry Week said, “It requires the real work of building a culture around teamwork, creativity and enthusiasm.” Leaders also set expectations well. Setting high expectations can be a great thing - as long as the right support comes with those expectations to help your business reach their goals. Give your employees the tools they need to succeed so that everyone can succeed!

What Makes a Great Manufacturing Leader?

Manufacturing leaders must put in some real roll-up-their-sleeves effort to regain the trust of their workforce, says Steven Blue, CEO of rail parts manufacturer Miller Ingenuity and a best-selling business author.Pablo Isla, the CEO of Spanish apparel manufacturer and retailer Inditex (and the No.

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