Your leadership's style?

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  1. CashAware

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    If it ever happens that you have to work on a team or to build up a business with not only one person (like many businesses, remember, delegating is a leader thing), you will need to communicate, and you will need to either find a leader or be a leader. Because after all, someone should handle this manpower correctly, to make your employees give the best out of them, so it is more efficient and you are more competitive.

    But there's many, conflicting leadership styles. Okay, you may use multiple styles at the same time, but you will have mainly one leadership style. So, what it is? How do you handle your manpower? You prefer to let someone else doing the job?
     
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    Managing people comes naturally to some, but others have to work on it, some people genuinely are born leaders.

    I think it's important to recognise the qualities in the staff you have in your control, and just one style of leadership across the board will only go so far. Man management to each individual us important, and in return it will make them feel more important also
     
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    Your approach is more about knowing what's the skills of people, and asking these people to do what they are better able to make, basically pushing them into one domain they're specifically proficient with. It looks as a smart approach to me, especially when you try to make teams and you have to know the recipe of a good team.

    What about your approach on failures? Being not so rude, or rude quickly? And on successes, do you think about telling your employees they're doing good work? How much and many time? How do you motivate them, or how would you motivate them, rather?
     
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    I think employees appreciate honesty and openness from their managers or leaders. If somthing isn't done right, then the employee themselves will know, and they should be expected to be told. This doesn't necessarily mean shouting and screaming at them, that does more harm than good, but asking the questions as to why something went wrong, or didn't get done right, and then fixing the issue quickly is important.

    The same goes for praising staff. They know already when they're doing a good job, and its important to let them know that you are happy with the way they're working. This doesn't mean patronising them and patting them on the head, just a simple thank you works wonders, then a financial incentive every now and again or some other bonus.

    As long as people feel appreciated, they'll continue to work at their best level. Respect needs to be earned, and its your job to get their respect.
     
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    You might be your company’s biggest rainmaker. You might be a brilliant strategist. You might be hitting and exceeding performance goals for your unit, your division, your company – every quarter.
     
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    I never did it, but after working so long as an individual i think i am now ready to face this challenge. I tried it before in my organization, but unfortunately things didn't worked well. So i kept learning and took this task of leading a team as a challenge. The strategies that i came up with is now completely in my mind. I try to keep focus on values and patterns, nothing is built in a day so you must have an experience of the pattern and the quality that makes you accomplish a goal and unfortunately you can not trade this philosophy for any reason. Plus you should protect your mind from illusions, again only the experience can do this. When you will start leading many forces will try to put your mind in illusions and bad or misleading information. It happens, and only you have to protect yourself. This is the place where most of the new comers get failed.
    Always remember that market is full of people who keep claiming that they can achieve this or that, but keep one thing in mind saying and doing are totally different thing, so always double check the person's history, whether he has really done anything like this or is it just his day dream. without researching and analyzing history you can never predict the truth. And final thing, never think that something new can be created until you can create the old things very well.
     
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    I have attended several management training workshops and seminars. And when it comes to leadership style, my policy is to behave like a model for my subordinates. In terms of decorum, my staff would see me deep at work in my office and they rarely hear me talk in a loud voice. In attendance, I always come early and avoid being absent for work. In other words, I show to them how to be a good employee by being an example.
     
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    I am both a leader and a follower. Just because I am the main person responsible for managing the whole team doesn't mean I am already the only one making decisions and stuff. I also try to listen to what my members have to say, and if I think that's a good idea, I would eventually accept their proposal. It's good to have good communication with your members. Never underestimate or neglect their opinions. There's no "I" in the word "TEAM." Everyone should do their part.
     
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    You see I'm maybe more old fashioned in the fact that I haven't been, don't believe in, and would never go to any management workshop or training, as I think it's a waste of time.

    If your naturally good with people, you'll be a good manager. If your not, then no amount of training is going to help in my opinion.

    All these management courses do is try and give you confidence and your often being told to do and say certain things, react to certain situations in a certain way, by leaders of the course that have never even been in that situation they're trying to explain.
     
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    My Leadership style is to make my team a leader also and never pull down each other, in that way everyone can be a successful person.
     
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    To become a leader all you need to do is to get a training and seminar for it is the best way that you can handle your subordinates well. There are several approaches used in handling people and should know which approach is applicable for each subordinate. I've learned these things through Mind Strategics Learning Consultancy and now I am more confident and handling my people.


    http://www.yourmindstrategy.com/expertprofits.html
     
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    I lead by example. Transparency and being open to my team is of paramount important to me. Communication as to what output is expected in each of them , is clearly explained to them, not just spelled out in their Job description and duties and responsibilities.
     
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    Behind every successful organization there is always a successful team of management, leadership and employees. As a leader, I am not that much of a workaholic. Always trying to motivate my team, understand their problems, what they want from the organization, arrange some events for co-ordination between employee and management.
     
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    My previous boss is a micro manager. It's terrible when the manager leaves no room for employee to do by themselves. He involved in every single task that we did. I can't stand that way of management.
     

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