How often are individuals engaged in leadership leadership without knowing exactly what their own leadership expects? This is especially difficult for those who are managers for the first time. As a leader, I always found it not only important but encouraging to share with my managers what I expected from each of them as leaders within the organization. Of course, turn is always a fair play. They also share with me what they expect from me as their leader. Sharing the above-mentioned expectations enabled us not only to come together as a senior leadership team but also to brave ourselves all the opportunities from the beginning to jointly building the best working group we could for the organization as a whole.
Below are 20 leading sections I've shared and found valuable for creating a strong leadership team.
1. Observe each other – treat everyone well. Do not be dominant. Maintain their self esteem. Be sensitive to your tone and words you speak. Give people the respect and dignity they deserve. Do to others, as they would do to them. Trust people and honor the best they have to offer. You should always be in partnership, you are part of the same team and all benefits will make the organization successful.
2. Follow honesty, speak honestly and do the good. Always, always tell the truth. Then you must not try to remember what you said. Choose your highest mind about something when you try to decide how to respond.
3. Motivate with a mission; Lead of heart with passion and compassion. Give people a convincing reason for being part of this organization. Employees are much more likely to put their hearts in a game for a manager who breaks through the face of invincible and shows humanity. Have a passionate belief in your ideas and values. Say the words "I Believe" and share your thoughts with your team. Get people excited! Knowing that your true power comes from within, a source of fuel success.
4. Be customized. Be creative. Have the courage to do things differently. Find ways to improve ever. Be prepared to think new thinking if you want to create another (new and better) reality. Set the second need to "think new thinking". Remember, a change is part of a normal role. You must change or stay behind. Be happy to let go of the past to keep an eye on different futures.
5. Choose your battles – Do not understand your agreements. How you control a crisis will determine if it expands or goes away. So take your bets wisely. Some things are not worth fighting for now. Timing is all !! Do not allow problems to fix. Deal with it. Recognize problems immediately and deal with them.
6. Keep communicating open. Deconstruct obstacles that hamper the ability of the organization to learn, grow and constantly adapt while on the move. Create an organization that enables sharing and flow of thought and information to continue effortlessly as part of the process for more good things. Learn to listen to and face adversity while watching your faith. Take the heat and continue.
Get in a wheelbarrow! We succeed or fail – it's a partnership. People must know that everyone, including you, is in this together. They must understand that your success as a leader relates to their success.
8. Always look for ways to add something (remember everything can be added until it's no longer needed). Keep on being creative and looking for new ideas and thoughts. Find ways to always improve, find new ways to work. Do not get it "That's how we've always done it" because if it's true, it's probably time to change.
9. Live for the future, not from the past. Put your team into "future thinking" but bridge the gap between the past and the future. Find ways to not only create a vision but also become a "vision" now, in the present. Remember, you must first consider it before you can, you must be there before you can do it, you must do it before you can get it and only when you have it can you demand it – success !!
10. Working with a sense of urgency. You must understand that we have no unlimited time! Everything has a deadline and nothing lasts forever. Lead with a sense of acute and sensible knowledge that what you are working right now is just a step to the next opportunity that lies ahead of you and your team.
11. Create a team yourself – blow up the people around you. Put the group first. Make the people around you feel better. Make people proud to be part of the team. Let people know they are "doing a story" every day. Considering the success of the teams & # 39; happens. Create a common culture with common values.
12. Do not just go through the day Grow the other day so tomorrow we can achieve more. Everyday looking for or creating opportunities for team members to develop and grow. Remember, the more they become, the more they can offer to achieve not only the team's success but also their own success.
13. Meetings: come in – come out! Enough, literally!
14. Promote and support the balance of business life. Imagine, people do not live to work; They work to live. Therefore, embrace the fact that they have life beyond work, and so do you. Lead from the knowledge that people live in a comprehensive system that involves what happens inside and outside work.
15. Show appreciation. Experience personally. Understand that your team is the most valuable resource you have. That's what makes your leadership and the ability to succeed as individual. Recognize that your team is exceptionally capable to succeed at the company. What you do with the unique skills, experience and expertise that lies within the team will make all the difference between success and failure. There is no other team like the one you have on this planet, so lead it like it.
16. Report what you want. Know the dangers of the assumptions. Have one to one meeting to keep people informed. People can not blame or be responsible for what they do not know. Make sure the message is divorced. Not simple suppose people know what you want.
17. Be your own messenger. Keep your hands on, talk to the team (daily), confirm your vision and keep it out there. Be visible and let others see you lead. Let the team hear you and see you leading in the future, as opposed to continuing in the past.
18. Definitely decided – be a "willful leader". Decide to succeed with purpose and do what it takes to make it happen. Forget about "trying" because there is nothing like that. You get either the results you want or not. So decided to be a successful leader. Learn the methods of other successful leaders. Learn what works and what not and find what works best for you.
19. Do not be afraid to fail. Take personal ownership and pride in all your responsibilities. Failure is part of a lead packet. Do not be afraid to be wrong, do not be afraid to fail, its part. Failure is just another bench in school. Just remember, when you fail, fail quickly, learn from it and keep it going.
20. Always "to be used". Everything you do as a leader must be designed to foster an environment that makes the nations better. Be in service with others and those who are following you for your leadership.