“Our model is to increase employee freedom as we grow rather than limit it.”
- Reed Hastings
Employees have an internal need to exercise self-direction. When given this type of freedom their teams perform and produce more.
1. Give freedom to for your team to add tasks or the amount of time spent on tasks that are aligned with their passion and team goals.
2. Liberate your team member to form new relationships with other coworkers.
3. Provide flexibility for your team to choose learning outcomes and skill development.