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- Relevant Experience: You want to follow someone who knows what they are doing.
- Results-Oriented: Good leaders will always look at measurable results. Numbers are the only fair way for compensation and promotion
- Fair: A good leader will go to the mat for their people. They will also be effective in the discipline as well. Culture is a breathing thing. Follow the praise publically/discipline privately motto
- Ethical: Don’t roll your eyes. Good people will not work effectively over the long term with unethical people.
- Visionary: Sees the future years before it happens. Steve Jobs was visionary and saw the future of technology long before it happened.
- Team Oriented: You have to love, respect people, my friend…or learn how to program computers
- Controls Emotions: Sure, it's ok to blow up, but on occasion and with a cause. Typically, leaders are sober people in control
- Financial Conservative: Results, numbers-oriented people do not bet the farm on a passing fancy
- Good Work Ethic: Seriously, people do not follow slackers unless they are slackers
- Humility: It's OK to be human, make mistakes, but learn to apologize and be humble
- Leaders are agents of change
- The customer is the priority
- Leadership is inclusive
- Leadership is no longer hierarchical
- There is a new vernacular
- There is shared accountability
- Digital Literacy
Regardless of whether you are driving a small team or a vast association, all leadership attempts start with self-leadership. Self-leadership starts with thoughtfulness and improvement of one's passionate knowledge. Leaders must know themselves first before they can successfully lead others.
Individual leadership is about execution at an abnormal state as an individual giver. Leadership isn't just an element of a situation on an organizational diagram, yet also a singular performance. Anybody at any degree of an association can be a leader, notwithstanding when they are not in a formal leadership position.. Singular leaders are perceived for their leadership in establishing the tone and elevated requirements in their work.
Team leadership is the leadership of a small team. It includes direct collaboration between the leader and their supporters. By and large, the leader is in constant contact with their team individuals, and the leader is in charge of everything the team does or neglects to do.
- They don’t let the team do all the work
- They do not say “yes” to everything
- They do not criticize publicly
- They do not induce the notion that only leaders influence and make say what decisions are made
- They do not create a monarchy
- They do not feel entitled
- They do not create politics in the workplace
- They do not focus on low value/return work
- They do not produce low quality work
- They do not set low standards
- Keep your ego at bay, at least, when you communicate
- Use appropriate Chanel of communication as per the situation or circumstances demand
- Be proactive and gather the information as well as understand it in the first hand / Specifically, related info of your domain
- Maintain trust at almost all costs
- Be great at what you do
- Be right, a lot
- Generously give away power
- Make sacrifices
- Ability to listen, including being open to others' ideas and suggestions
- Ability to get people on board with a specific system/plan
- Ability to listen - to the relevant things and ideas
- Being respectful
- Being well-respected and having credibility
- Setting a good example
- Ability to connect the dots - you will never have “enough “ information to take “safe decisions”
- Ability to emotionally handle stress and anxiety triggered by uncertainty
- Ability to ask a lot of questions - and not to become a bank of the right answers. This will help your team to feel respected and trigger their engagement
- Build your resilience - take it that some failure is inbuilt, yet it should not deter from experimentation or challenging the status quo
- Maintain eye contact with whom you are talking. If you are talking with the group, everyone should feel that you are talking to each other
- Should be able to understand the non-verbal cues.