It is a management strategy with which to provide employees with the necessary resources so that they can make good decisions without supervision. The most immediate benefits of an empowered employee are: greater satisfaction, more motivation, being able to delegate with confidence and more innovation.
An empowered employee has the motivation and freedom to focus their talent and turn it into purpose. And this can only be achieved by a leader through a culture based on strengths, replacing hierarchies with horizontal management, giving flexibility, mentoring and building an open and positive organization where there is room for creativity and innovation.
  • Autonomy to solve problems.
  • Effective decision-making capacity.
  • Opening to new points of view..
  • Effective support, providing support from the company.
  • Trust, always assuming the best of each person.
  • Preserves the motivation of the employees.
  • Provides growth opportunities.
  • Improves productivity.
  • Reduce costs.
  • Provides a more positive work environment.
  • It helps the cohesion of the teams.
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