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Your employees' perception of you can be your biggest asset or drawback. So how can you reinforce a good impression? It starts with reaching out. Appearances matter, so set aside time for each person to provide guidance and support. Collectively, keep them current on company developments and share what you're doing to help them. Maintain a two-way dialogue and seek feedback on what's important to them. You're now responsible for others, and they need to know you're watching out for their interests.