A Leader is always and everywhere a leader. His leadership is shown itself whether he is in a small group of persons or in a big gathering, rather if he is alone he will be well managed. The most important trait of a leader is that he is a brave personality. Then he must be mature and sensible person. Give respect to others and at the same time take care of his own respect. He has a clear Big Goal for the whole society specially the persons to whom he is leading.
Do your employees bring their A-game to the workplace?
Head’s up: We’re about to drop some mind-blowing news.
Life is a game, and you’re either scoring buzzer-beater shots or sitting the bench.
So, if life is a game and we have to score on a regular basis to make progress, you better be thinking offense, right? Well, not exactly. Defense wins ball games. That, and solid preparation. And good coaching. Rebounding? Okay, so there are several aspects to consider…..
I’m going to take this moment to forego speaking in metaphorical talk and get down to how this applies to leadership at work—it doesn’t really matter if you’re in a managerial position trying to develop potential talent or a newbie in the trenches. It all applies.
Confidence: Fake it till you make it! Nobody wants an insecure leader or employee. If you don’t know what you’re doing, act like you know…
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