"Being a socially-engaged leader may not be an innate skill for many leaders, but it is increasingly necessary as the multi-generational workplace puts more strain on corporate cultures and social media is opening up channels to 'what it’s really like to work at this company'."
1) Sensitivity to non-verbal cues.
2) Socially interactive.
3) Shared sense of value and purpose.
4) Socially committed to a building an engaged community in the workplace.
5) Sincerely interested in your employees, your social talent communities, your environment.
Read the rest of this Forbes article by Meghan M. Biro.