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  1. 1. Creating a business often involves a bit of forecasting. Especially in the beginning stages of a startup, inspiring your team to see the vision of the successes to come is vital. Make your team feel invested in the accomplishments of the company. Whether everyone owns a piece of equity, or you operate on a bonus system, generating enthusiasm for the hard work you are all putting in is so important. Marissa Mayer, Google
  2. 2. The key to delegation is identifying the strengths of your team, and capitalizing on them. Find out what each team member enjoys doing most. Chances are if they find that task more enjoyable, they will likely put more thought and effort behind it. This will not only prove to your team that you trust and believe in them, but will also free up your time to focus on the higher level tasks, that should not be delegated. It’s a fine balance, but one that will have a huge impact on the productivity of your business.
  3. 3. Good leaders are tolerant of ambiguity and remain calm, composed and steadfast to the main purpose. Storms, emotions, and crises come and go and a good leader takes these as part of the journey and keeps a cool head. Nelson Mendila
  4. 4. Extraordinary leaders take responsibility for everyone's performance, including their own. They follow up on all outstanding issues, check in on employees, and monitor the effectiveness of company policies and procedures. When things are going well, they praise. When problems arise, they identify them quickly, seek solutions, and get things back on track.
  5. 5. They accept the consequences both good and bad for their decisions and leadership, even if it means going down with the ship. They never pass the buck.
  6. 6. Assertiveness is not the same as aggressiveness. Rather, it is the ability to clearly state what one expects so that there will be no misunderstandings. A leader must be assertive to get the desired results. Along with assertiveness comes the responsibility to clearly understand what followers expect from their leader
  7. 7. There is a difference between management and employees, bosses and workers. Leaders understand the nature of this difference and accept it; it informs their image, their actions, and their communication. They conduct themselves in a way that sets them apart from their employees--not in a manner that suggests they are better than others, but in a way that permits them to retain an objective perspective on everything that's going on in their organization. Sir Henry Clinton
  8. 8. Make sure you do your fair share and meet commitments. Be consistent by delivering a good performance all the time, not just some of the time.
  9. 9. The strongest, most effective leaders I've met care not just about the business, but about the people in it and the people impacted by it. Plus, they show they care through their words and actions, even proving how they care for themselves and their family by taking unplugged vacations and continuing their own professional development. Care shouldn't be a four-letter word in our workplace today -- and the best leaders know it.
  10. 10. In today's work environment, people are working very long hours and they need to take some time to celebrate their successes in order to recharge their batteries. Those leaders who fail to do this create burnout environment overtime.
  11. 11. A good leader has an exemplary character. It is of utmost importance that a leader is trustworthy to lead others. A leader needs to be trusted and be known to live their life with honestly and integrity. A good leader “walks the talk” and in doing so earns the right to have responsibility for others. True authority is born from respect for the good character and trustworthiness of the person who leads.
  12. 12. The only way you can get confidence is by becoming really, really clear about who you are and what is most important to you. New leaders fail when they try to become all things to all people, or try to do too much out of their area of excellence. Clarity helps you say "yes" to the right things -- and "no" to others. Thomos Jafferson
  13. 13. Too many leaders these days manage with the balance sheet, often times at the expense of their employees and long-term customer relationships. Talented people want to work for leaders and organizations that truly care about their employees and the communities in which they operate. Mikhail Gorbachev
  14. 14. 1. Work with others and act together to accomplish a job. Respond to requests for assistance and take the initiative to offer help. 2. Your ability to get everyone working and pulling together is essential to your success. Leadership is the ability to get people to work for you because they want to. 3. Gain the cooperation of others by making a commitment to get along well with each key person every single day. You always have a choice when it comes to a task: You can do it yourself, or you can get someone else to do it for you. Which is it going to be 4. The 80/20 rule applies here. Twenty percent of your people contribute 80 percent of your results. Your ability to select these people and then to work well with them on a daily basis is essential to the smooth functioning of the organization. Changhis Khan
  15. 15. Great leaders create opportunities for people to learn, grow, or even move on. They treat people as an end in themselves, not merely as a means to an end, making sure that everyone has the ability to thrive both within and outside of the organization. Quote "Leadership is the ability to establish standards and manage a creative climate where people are self-motivated toward the mastery of long term constructive goals, in a participatory environment of mutual respect, compatible with personal values.“ Hochi Minh
  16. 16. A good leader is committed to excellence. Second best does not lead to success. The good leader not only maintains high standards, but also is proactive in raising the bar in order to achieve excellence in all areas.
  17. 17. It does little good to have a strong mission, vision, and goals-- and even a solid budget--if the executive cannot easily and effectively convey his ideas to the stakeholders inside and outside of the organization. He must regularly be in touch with key individuals, by email, v-mail, meetings, or other forms of correspondence. Of course, the best way to ensure other people receive and understand the message is with face-to-face interactions. 7 C’s Of Communication 1. Clear 2. Concise 3. Concrete 4. Correct 5. Coherent 6. Complete 7. Courteous Adolf Hitler
  18. 18. A good leader is confident. In order to lead and set direction a leader needs to appear confident as a person and in the leadership role. Such a person inspires confidence in others and draws out the trust and best efforts of the team to complete the task well. A leader who conveys confidence towards the proposed objective inspires the best effort from team members. Theodore Roosevelt
  19. 19. An effective leader has the ability to stand back and see what is happening within the group, assure that each member is heard, and not allow anyone to feel alienated or insecure because of another’s ego or ambition 1. Create and maintain a bond, even with your ‘adversary’ 2. Establish a dialogue and negotiate 3. “Put the fi sh on the table” 4. Understand what causes confl ict 5. Use the law of reciprocity 6. Build a positive relationship Winston Churchill
  20. 20. 1) Compete or Fight This is the classic win/lose situation, where the strength andpower of one person wins the conflict. It has its place, but anyone using it needs to be aware that it will create a loser and if that loser has no outlet for expressing their concerns, then it will lead to bad feeling. 2) Collaboration This is the ideal outcome: a win/win situation. However, it requires input of time from those involved to work through the difficulties, and find a way to solve the problem that is agreeable to all. Susan b Anthony Fight Aung San Suu Kyi
  21. 21. 3) Compromise or Negotiation This is likely to result in a better result than win/lose, but it’s not quite win/win. Both parties give up something, in favour of an agreed mid- point solution. It takes less time than collaboration, but is likely to result in less commitment to the outcome. 4) Denial or Avoidance This is where everyone pretends there is no problem. It’s helpful if those in conflict need time to ‘cool down’ before any discussion or if the conflict is unimportant, but cannot be used if the conflict won’t just die down. It will create a lose/lose situation, since there will still be bad feeling, but no clearing the air through discussion, and results, in Transactional Analysis terms, in ‘I’m not OK, you’re not OK’. Timur Compromise Dismond Tuto Denial
  22. 22. 5.Smoothing Over the Problem On the surface, harmony is maintained, but underneath, there is still conflict. It’s similar to the situation above, except that one person is probably OK with this smoothing, while the other remains in conflict, creating a win/lose situation again. It can work where preserving a relationship is more important than dealing with the conflict right now, but is not useful if others feel the need to deal with the situation. Philip II
  23. 23. A strong vision and the willingness to see it through is one of the most important characterizes of leadership. The leader who believes in the mission and works toward it will be an inspiration and a resource to their followers Conviction often becomes central and transformative to you personally. This is what make you an evangelist and drives you to lead and attract others to discover what has convicted you–making you a leader. Abraham Lincoln
  24. 24. Critical thinking skills allow leaders to ask the right questions, select relevant data, weigh conflicting information, and determine the right course to follow. George Washington
  25. 25.  Some decisions will not always be so clear-cut. You may be forced at times to deviate from your set course and make an on the fly decision. This is where your creativity will prove to be vital. It is during these critical situations that your team will look to you for guidance and you may be forced to make a quick decision. As a leader, its important to learn to think outside the box and to choose which of two bad choices is the best option
  26. 26. Consistent : Confidence and respect cannot be attained without your leadership being consistent. People must have confidence that their opinions and thoughts will be heard and taken into consideration. Conscientiousness : Conscientiousness is a measure of how organized, thoughtful and forward-thinking an individual is. Good leaders are highly organized, both individually and when it pertains to their teams; they sympathize with their employees and provide thoughtful feedback and support; and they have both short-term and long-term goals for the team that drive the team’s everyday projects. Bill Gates
  27. 27. Good leaders are always learning and implementing those learnings into the betterment of the organization. That could be through reading, conferences, web-based learnings, or through other leaders, but also through people who report to the leader. MARGRAT THATURE
  28. 28. You must be seen by your advisors, stakeholders, employees, and the public as being an expert in your field or an expert in leadership. Unless your constituents see you as highly credentialed--either by academic degree or with specialized experience--and capable of leading your company to success, it will be more difficult for you to be as respected, admired, or followed Rosalind Brewer CEO and President, Sam's ClubCompanyWal-Mart Stores
  29. 29.  The quality of courage means that you are willing to take risks in the achievement of your goals with no assurance of success. Because there is no certainty in life or business, every commitment you make and every action you take entails a risk of some kind. Among the seven leadership qualities, courage is the most identifiable outward trait. Quote “Courage is rightly considered the foremost of the virtues, for upon it, all others depend.” (Winston Churchill) Safra Catz CEO Oracle
  30. 30. All leaders must make tough decisions It goes with the job. They understand that in certain situations, difficult and timely decisions must be made in the best interests of the entire organization, decisions that require a firmness, authority, and finality that will not please everyone. Extraordinary leaders don't hesitate in such situations. They also know when not to act unilaterally but instead foster collaborative decision-making. The Wrong Action at the Wrong Time Leads to Disaster – If you take the wrong action at the wrong time, your people suffer and so will your leadership. The Right Action at the Wrong Time Brings Resistance – Having a vision for the right direction and knowing how to get there is not enough. If you take the right action but do it at the wrong time, you may still be unsuccessful because the people you lead can become resistant. Good leadership timing requires many things. Sheryl Sandberg CCO Face book
  31. 31. Dedication means spending whatever time or energy is necessary to accomplish the task at hand. A leader inspires dedication by example, doing whatever it takes to complete the next step toward the vision. By setting an excellent example, leaders can show followers that there are no nine- to-five jobs on the team, only opportunities to achieve something great. Strategies 1.Impliment new strategies 2.Know the target 3.Keep balance 4.Focus on work Ellen Kullman CEO DUO Pont
  32. 32. Having the vision to break out of the norm and aim for great things --then the wherewithal to set the steps necessary to get there-- is an essential characteristic of good leadership. By seeing what can be and managing the goals on how to get there, a good leader can create impressive change. Indra Nooyi CEO Pepsi Co
  33. 33. Extraordinary leaders praise in public and address problems in private.a genuine concern The best leaders guide employees through challenges, always on the lookout for solutions to foster the long-term success of the organization. Rather than making things personal when they encounter problems, or assigning blame to individuals, leaders look for constructive solutions and focus on moving forward. Mary Barra CEO General Motors
  34. 34. True leaders make their associates feel emboldened and powerful, not diminished and powerless . Business leaders complain that their technology experts “don’t understand our challenges.” In turn, those experts complain that the business leaders “can’t tell me what they need.” It’s a common problem that empoweringLEADERS helps you resolve. What’s at the heart of this issue? Communication. Both sides want to understand, but it can be like they are speaking different languages. Dilma Rousseff Brazil
  35. 35. Great business leaders are able to get all members of their teams engaged. They do this by offering them challenge, seeking their ideas and contributions and providing them with recognition for their contributions. More than simply "satisfaction," employee engagement is a positive emotional connection to the work they do and a "thinking connection" to the belief in the goals, purpose and mission of that work. Employees want to feel proud, feel enjoyment, feel support, but more than that, they want to believe that their work matters, that they contribute, and that it resonates their values.
  36. 36. 1. "I will tell you and show you how you and your work matters“ 2. "I will enable you be more effective in your job 3. "I will encourage you to be innovative 4. "I will encourage your growth in your job“ 5. "I will be a leader you want to support and willingly follow“ Jenny Lee Managing Partener , GGV Capital
  37. 37. A good leader is enthusiastic about their work or cause and also about their role as leader. People will respond more openly to a person of passion and dedication. Leaders need to be able to be a source of inspiration, and be a motivator towards the required action or cause. Although the responsibilities and roles of a leader may be different, the leader needs to be seen to be part of the team working towards the goal. This kind of leader will not be afraid to roll up their sleeves and get dirty. Dalia Grybauskaite, Lithuania
  38. 38. Evaluation of events and programs is essential for an organization/group to improve and progress. An exceptional leader will constantly evaluate and change programs and policies that are not working. Taraja Halonen Finland
  39. 39. Fairness means dealing with others consistently and justly. A leader must check all the facts and hear everyone out before passing judgment. He or she must avoid leaping to conclusions based on incomplete evidence. When people feel they that are being treated fairly, they reward a leader with loyalty and dedication. Laura Chinchilla Costrica
  40. 40. Flexible : How do you handle yourself in unexpected or uncomfortable situations? An effective leader will adapt to new surroundings and situations, doing his/her best to adjust. Always imagine you are speaking to yourself :Business can be tough and there are times when difficult truths need to be spoken. But when you do so, imagine yourself looking in a mirror and think about how you would like to be spoken to Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Argentina
  41. 41. A good leader as well as keeping the main goal in focus is able to think analytically. Not only does a good leader view a situation as a whole, but is able to break it down into sub parts for closer inspection. Not only is the goal in view but a good leader can break it down into manageable steps and make progress towards it. Quote “The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been” Julia Gillard Australia PM
  42. 42. Genuine. You need to be clear on what your values are and must be consistent in applying them. As part of that, you need to have the courage to hold true to them. You must not lose sight of reality. Lost values may be one of the biggest causes of downfalls. Quote “No institution can possibly survive if it needs geniuses or supermen to manage it. It must be organized in such a way as to be able to get along under a leadership composed of average human beings” SalmanAl Saud Saudi Arabia
  43. 43. Leadership must be based on goodwill. Goodwill does not mean posturing and, least of all, pandering to the mob. It means obvious and wholehearted commitment to helping followers. We are tired of leaders we fear, tired of leaders we love, and of tired of leaders who let us take liberties with them. What we need for leaders are men of the heart who are so helpful that they, in effect, do away with the need of their jobs. But leaders like that are never out of a job, never out of followers. Strange as it sounds, great leaders gain authority by giving it away. Matteo Renzi Italy
  44. 44. Honesty : Strong leaders treat people how they want to be treated. They are extremely ethical and believe that honesty, effort, and reliability form the foundation of success. They embody these values so overtly that no employee doubts their integrity for a minute. They share information openly and avoid spin control. Tell the truth:Telling the truth means never having to remember what you say. People have a sixth sense and know whom they can trust David Cameron UK
  45. 45. Humor :Although not a requirement, a sense of humor goes a long way in leadership. It helps create a positive work environment and enhances the feeling of camaraderie. Warren Buffett, for example, once said, “I buy expensive suits. They just look cheap on me.” Your unique personality and sense of humor shows your employees that you are more than a leader, and that you aren’t a machine, which encourages them to feel comfortable around you. Be passionate and have fun:There are far too many business leaders who go around looking as though they are strapped in a straightjacket and sucking on lemons. We all thrive when we are having fun. It’s our natural state of being. German Chanceller Angela Merkel
  46. 46. Leaders with humility recognize that they are no better or worse than other members of the team. A humble leader is not self-effacing but rather tries to elevate everyone. Leaders with humility also understand that their status does not make them a god. Mahatma Gandhi is a role model for Indian leaders, and he pursued a "follower-centric" leadership role. Jacob Zuma South Africa
  47. 47. A leader should work to be the motivator, an initiator. He/she must be a key element in the planning and implementing of new ideas, programs, policies, events, etc. Quote “If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall in the ditch.“ Park Geun hye South Korea
  48. 48. When leading a team through uncharted waters, there is no roadmap on what to do. Everything is uncertain, and the higher the risk, the higher the pressure. That is where your natural intuition has to kick in. Guiding your team through the process of your day-to-day tasks can be honed down to a science. But when something unexpected occurs, or you are thrown into a new scenario, your team will look to you for guidance. Ahmet Davutoga Turkey
  49. 49. Leadership is the art of influencing others. It differs from giving a simple order or managing in that it shapes the longer-term attitudes and behavior of individuals and groups. Effective leaders stir an intangible but very real desire inside people. That drive can be reflected in extraordinary courage, selfless sacrifice and commitment. Quote “The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority” Donald Tusk European Union
  50. 50. 1. Leadership comes from integrity - that you do whatever you ask others to do. I think there are non-obvious ways to lead. Just by providing a good example as a parent, a friend, a neighbor makes it possible for other people to see better ways to do things. Leadership does not need to be a dramatic, fist in the air and trumpets blaring, activity. 2. In every strategic planning session that I have conducted for large and small corporations, the first value that all the gathered executives agree upon for their company is integrity. They all agree on the importance of complete honesty in everything they do, both internally and externally. 3. The core of integrity is truthfulness. Integrity requires that you always tell the truth, to all people, in every situation. Truthfulness is the foundation quality of the trust that is necessary for the success of any business.
  51. 51. Everyone in an organization should be held to common standards, with rules and procedures that are clear, firm, fair, and consistent. Francois Hollande France
  52. 52. Going from individual contributor to supervisor is only the first of many transitions along the leadership pipeline. You need to understand the business model, how it applies to your current position, what you need to do to provide the greatest value, and how to leverage your strengths at this level. This requires building competencies and focusing on the right things. No one ever tells you that there are many levels and many adjustments you need to make along the way. Marissa Mayer CEO Yahoo
  53. 53. Four rules of leadership in a free legislative body: First, no matter how hard-fought the issue, never get personal. Don't say or do anything that may come back to haunt you on another issue, another day.... Second, do your homework. You can't lead without knowing what you're talking about.... Third, the American legislative process is one of give and take. Use your power as a leader to persuade, not intimidate.... Fourth, be considerate of the needs of your colleagues, even if they're at the bottom of the totem pole.
  54. 54. Part of awareness is don't expect people to change. If you think you can change someone, think again. This doesn't mean you can't help them grow and develop. But don't expect to change anyone (even yourself) behaviorally. We are who we are. Your job as a leader is to understand each person's strengths and place them in positions where they can flourish and grow. If you are good at that, you have a huge part of the equation for success.
  55. 55. A strong leader is a good listener Beyonce 33 Entertainer
  56. 56. Business acumen, political savvy, a deep understanding of social issues, knowledge - these are all ways to describe intelligence. Effective leaders have a good understanding of what needs to get done, and how to go about changing things. Rick Rosner is alleged to have an IQ of 192.
  57. 57. Loyalty – When leaders stick with the team until the job is done and look out for their followers best interests even when it hurts them personally, followers will in turn learn to respect them.
  58. 58. Magnanimity means giving credit where it is due. A magnanimous leader ensures that credit for successes is spread as widely as possible throughout the company. Conversely, a good leader takes personal responsibility for failures. This sort of reverse magnanimity helps other people feel good about themselves and draws the team closer together. To spread the fame and take the blame is a hallmark of effective leadership
  59. 59. Leaders know what their mission is. They know why the organization exists. A superior leader has a well thought out (often written) mission describing the purpose of the organization. That purpose need not be esoteric or abstract, but rather descriptive, clear and understandable. Every employee should be able to identify with the mission and strive to achieve it
  60. 60. Even a leadership team can not do it all. You will likely have to work with staff and volunteers to undertake big projects. Community leadership is part education, part inspiration, part motivation and part mobilization
  61. 61. Openness means being able to listen to new ideas, even if they do not conform to the usual way of thinking. Good leaders are able to suspend judgment while listening to others' ideas, as well as accept new ways of doing things that someone else thought of. Openness builds mutual respect and trust between leaders and followers, and it also keeps the team well supplied with new ideas that can further its vision.
  62. 62. The very best leaders are source of positive energy. They communicate easily. They are intrinsically helpful and genuinely concerned for other people’s welfare. They always seem to have a solution and always know what to say to inspire and reassure. They avoid personal criticism and pessimistic thinking, and look for ways to gain consensus and get people to work together efficiently and effectively as a team.
  63. 63. Whatever it is, you must have passion for what you're doing. Live, breathe, eat and sleep your mission Laura Chinchilla
  64. 64. You want to keep your team motivated towards the continued success of the company, and keep the energy levels up. Whether that means providing snacks, coffee, relationship advice, or even just an occasional beer in the office, remember that everyone on your team is a person. Keep the office mood a fine balance between productivity and playfulness.
  65. 65. This is about getting people to take responsibility for their physical space and surroundings. This includes natural areas, structures and spaces. Stewardship means working together to protect, preserve and take care of your community. This involves renewing, repairing, rebuilding and constantly reviewing your physical community to ensure that it is healthy, strong and well-maintained
  66. 66. The exceptional leader is always thinking three steps ahead. Working to master his/her own environment with the goal of avoiding problems before they arise. Know Your Audience – When you work with individuals, knowing your audience means learning people’s names, finding out their histories, asking about their dreams. When you communicate to an audience, you learn about the organization and its goals. You want to speak about what they care about. Go to Where They Are – Remove as many barriers to communication as possible. Try to be attuned to their culture, background, education, and so on. Adapt to others; don’t expect them to adapt to me Rachel Carson
  67. 67. 1. Islam 2. Christianity 3. Others
  68. 68. Treating others with respect will ultimately earn respect. Focus on Them, Not Yourself – Focus on others, not yourself. That is the number one problem of inexperienced speakers and ineffective leaders Believe in Them – It’s one thing to communicate to people because you believe you have something of value to say. It’s another to communicate with people because you believe they have value. People’s opinions of us have less to do with what they see in us than with what we can help them see in themselves. Give Them Hope – French general Napoleon Bonaparte said, “Leaders are dealers in hope.” When you give people hope, you give them a future. Benjamin Franklin
  69. 69. Utilize the resources available to you. If you don't know the answer to something find out by asking questions. A leader must create access to information.
  70. 70. Rewarding : An exceptional leader will recognize the efforts of others and reinforce those actions. We all enjoy being recognized for our actions. Recognise the sacredness of the earth :Do not needlessly use the resources of the earth for by doing so we destroy the very basis of our life
  71. 71. That’s where your sense of humor will finally pay off. Encourage your team to laugh at the mistakes instead of crying. If you are constantly learning to find the humor in the struggles, your work environment will become a happy and healthy space, where your employees look forward to working in, rather than dreading it.
  72. 72. Self-awareness. You need to be clear on what your strengths are and what complementary strengths you need from others. This includes understanding others and learning how best to utilize their strengths. Many unsophisticated leaders think everyone should be like them; that too can cause their downfall. They surround themselves with people like them. "Group think" can blindside them and cause failure. Self-assessment: Effective leaders periodically take stock of their personal strengths and shortcomings. They ask: “What do I like to do? What am I really good at?” “What are my areas of weakness, and what do I dislike doing?” Walt Disney
  73. 73. Self Regulation :The ability to control one's own emotions, counterproductive impulses, and moods. Self regulation is the leadership quality of remaining in control of emotions Sharp perception: Do you know how people really perceive you? Effective leaders do. They have an easy level of honest communication with their teams and their peers, and a thorough understanding of how they are perceived Tell the truth :Telling the truth means never having to remember what you say. People have a sixth sense and know whom they can trust. Be passionate and have fun:There are far too many business leaders who go around looking as though they are strapped in a straightjacket and sucking on lemons. We all thrive when we are having fun. It’s our natural state of being.
  74. 74. Social Skills: The ability to manage relationships and networking. "Social skills" is used to describe a leader's ability to get along with others in the organization. Responsive to the group’s needs: Being perceptive can also help a leader be more effective in knowing the needs of the team. Some teams value trust over creativity; others prefer a clear communicator to a great organizer. Building a strong team is easier when you know the values and goals of each individual, as well as what they need from you as their leader.
  75. 75. Team players get problems out in the open for discussion and then collaborate with others to find solutions and form action plans Quote "One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency."
  76. 76. 1. Understand the organization's vision 2. Develop the strategic plan 3. Develop values and principles 4. Align departmental goals to organizational strategies 5. Develop and implement strategic change management 6. Implement Total Performance Management™ 7. Measure performance against competencies 8. Develop management's leadership skills 9. Coach leaders to optimize performance
  77. 77. 1. They lead others into their own encounters with God 2. They lead others to discover their own purpose and identity 3. They leads other into transformation 4. They impact their atmosphere 5. They help people see old things in a new way 6. They gain a following because of who they are .
  78. 78. Great leaders know that respect and integrity rests on the fact that they will stand up for their people and push them forward. The best leaders aren’t necessarily the ones in front.
  79. 79. Success – When leaders succeed in leading the team to victory, then followers believe they can do it again. As a result, followers follow them because they want to be part of success in the future 1. Their life has purpose and meaning 2. They concentrate on positive thoughts. 3. They judge their wins and failures the same. 4. They prioritize what's important. 5. They don't compare themselves with others. 6. They cultivate meaningful relationships. 7. They invest in diversity. 8. They're constantly growing. 9. They do what they say they're going to do. 10. They believe in themselves.
  80. 80. You need to foster a positive environment that allows your team to flourish. Also by aligning the reward and recognition systems that best match your teams profile and deliver results. Start by helping others clarify and achieve goals by identifying and removing any obstacles. Provide the resources (time, money, people, information and equipment) needed to complete the task. Don’t reprimand others who make mistakes when taking a well-calculated risk. Instead, critique and analyze what went wrong and what went right. Next, work with the employee to correct the error.
  81. 81. 1. Show acceptance and positive regard for others. 2. Be polite and considerate, not arrogant and rude. 3. Treat each employee as an individual. 4. Remember important details about the person (like their name!). 5. Be patient and helpful when giving instructions or explanations. 6. Provide sympathy and support when the person is anxious or upset. 7. Express confidence in the person when there is a difficult task. 8. Provide assistance with the work when it is needed. 9. Be willing to help with personal problems.
  82. 82. Team building – Putting together strong teams that work well is another trait of great leaders. The opposite is also true: if a team is weak and dysfunctional, it is generally a failure in leadership. Nurturing :Have a deep sense of care for your employees who want nothing more than to be seen, understood and recognised for who they are and what they do Stages in Team Building 1.Forming 2.Storming 3.Norming 4.Performing
  83. 83. Shared vision and actions. People produce real business gains and smart people need to understand what is needed and be part of the solution. Be aware of future generations :When you say you couldn’t look your children in the eye if you were not acting with future generations in mind, take time to literally look them in the eye and ask if it is true. Be a visionary :Vision is about building a bridge across an abyss that no-one knows how to traverse. You do so not for yourself, but so that others can follow. It is an act of courage and generosity. Quote “Where there is no vision, the people perish. ”
  84. 84. Temperance:A leader must strive to maintain a proper balance of emotions; Shriver did not mean that leaders should be dispassionate. Quite the contrary- but there are time for passionate advocacy and times for quiet reflection and reconsideration. Balance is the key. Be authentic:There is nothing more powerful than being who you say you are. If you are that person, you actually don’t need to say that much. Be vulnerable :We have created a business culture that views vulnerability as a weakness to be hidden away from prying eyes. Yet it can be the most powerful weapon at our disposal when spoken with an open heart. Example Martin Luther King, Jr., leader of the Civil Rights Movement Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Finance Minister Nigeria
  85. 85. Knowledge is power. Work to be well educated on community policies, procedures, organizational norms, etc. Further, your knowledge of issues and information will only increase your success in leading others. Mikhail Myasnikovich, Prime Minister of Belarus( PhD in Economics) Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany ( PhD in Physics) Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran ( PhD in Consttutional Law) Laimdota Straujuma, Prime Minister of Latvia Phd
  86. 86. SUMMARY OF THE QUALITIES OF THE LEADERSHIP
  87. 87. 1. Physical Qualities 1. High energy level 2. Physical stamina 3. Tolerance for stress 4. Not concerned about being overworked 5. Vitality
  88. 88.  Self-Confidence  Desire to improve  Emotional intelligence  Self-awareness, empathy, self-regulation  Not dwell on mistakes,  view as opportunities to learn and move on  Ambitious  Courage, not paralyzed by fear of failure  Knows self  Loves what he/she does  Risk takers Ellen Johnson Sirleaf ( President Liberia)
  89. 89.  Not intimidated by superiors  Personal competence  Believe they have control over own destinies  Optimistic  Accept responsibility  Persistent  Shows genuine interest, gives “personal touch”, gives others recognition for success  Encourages others  Perceived by others  Self-disciplined in developing important skills  Determination  Good at managing one’s emotions  Need to achieve
  90. 90.  Well-adjusted  Oriented toward improving self, not denying weaknesses  Behavior is consistent with values espoused  Detached: can treat followers in a fair, objective fashion  Honest, ethical, trustworthy: promises kept, fulfills responsibility  Able to convert purpose and vision to action, and produce results  Behavioral flexibility: adjust behavior to fit the situation  “Make people feel that they are at the very heart of things and that, when they are, they are making contributions to the success of the organization.” 1  Understands others, knows how to influence them  Empathy, social insight, charm, tact, diplomacy, persuasiveness  Bases decisions on reality and needs of others, not self-interest  German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Mr Putin
  91. 91.  Listens, empowers others, generates trust, negotiates collaboratively, resolves conflicts  Strong motivator  Superior listener  Understands small group dynamics  Emphasizes partnership  Monitors and helps followers get work done well  Persuades others to follow, not rely on authority to get things done.  Cooperates and collaborates with others  Ability to influence others  Finds common ground with all types of people and builds rapport with them  Takes initiative in social situations  Appraises readiness/resistance of followers to move in a particular direction, senses when there is dissent or confusion
  92. 92.  Learns from experience and adapts to change  Possess extensive knowledge used by subordinates to perform the work  Develops inspirational image of new product or service  Good judgment, foresight, intuition, creativity  Ability to find meaning and order in ambiguous, uncertain events  Self-knowledge  Effectively plans, organizes and solves problems  Coordinates separate specialized parts of organization  Understands how external events will affect organization  Honest attitude towards facts, objective truth
  93. 93.  Decisive: get the facts, assess information, and act, even if all information is not available, or others are not happy with decision  Asks for more responsibility  Knows how to delegate  “Willingness to ask questions and to search openly and without bias for practical answers to the most vexing problems.” 2  “Learned to experiment and withhold judgment until they have objectively assessed a situation and identified a well-reasoned course of action.” 3  Plans how to deal with criticism by listing benefits of project in advance and prepares to articulate them to others  Willing to ignore conventional wisdom in terms of looking at a problem and trying to strike out in a different direction.  Knowledge of organization and how it operates  Anticipates how others will react to situations and prepares to minimize the impact  Doesn’t react right away, stands back and considers the situation, suspends judgment until facts are in  Eager to explore new approaches to work  Able to combine both hard and questionable data and intuitive guesses to arrive at a conclusion  Bases decisions and strategies on sound intuitive and rational judgments and accurate appraisal of the potentialities of coworkers and opponents
  94. 94.  Ability to communicates consistently.  Ability to articulate a vision and persuade others  Have and communicate purpose, direction, and meaning  Have clear goals and are determined to achieve them  Communicates passion to others  Good communication skills are essential for a leader to get followers aligned behind the overarching goals of the organization.  Use metaphors that others can relate to in order to symbolize their vision and inspire others  Experts at one-to-one communication  Superior speakers – major advantage, not true of all leaders  Excellent writing skills
  95. 95.  Creates and maintains a communications network  Has people keep them informed on problem situations  Networks with people inside the organization (including those at the bottom of the hierarchy)  Maintains contacts outside the organization and profession that may have certain knowledge and different viewpoints from those within  Doesn’t depend on only one source for information  Able to communicate with key individuals in “areas of specialization that may each have a different dialect”  Eager to explore new approaches to their work  Are not fuzzy about results, interested in ways to track their progress  Communicates persuasively  “All leaders take advantage of opportunities to speak to large groups.”
  96. 96. 1. Successful managers “usually had experience in a variety of different types of situations where they acquired broader perspective and expertise in dealing with different types of problems.” 6 2. May give followers freedom to take responsibility for own ideas, decisions and actions 3. Committed to collaboration and require everyone to participate in leadership 4. Has competency – is skilled in performing required tasks and has ability to mentor those that follow
  97. 97. 1. Caring – genuinely concerned with followers’ lives and well- being 2. Empathize and care about implications of actions 3. Constancy – staff believe leader will support them, defend them and come through for them

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