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10 Characteristics of Effective Leaders

1. Leader is a goal-setter and is focused on achieving goals
Leaders don’t become successful by accident. They foresee where their organization should be positioned and then they set their goals accordingly. Then they plan to achieve those goals.

2. Leader builds relationships and earns the trust of the team


5 Power Keys For Leadership Success!

Did you know that you can successfully handle most leadership challenges with just 5 simple strategies? By focusing your attention on these critical areas you can empower your the opportunities hiding within your vision, new venture or project plans.

The biggest problem facing people like you is knowing when, what and how to operate your leadership power keys.

You have no problem turning on your computer, using it to find answers and producing your letters or reports with it.


The Art Of Remarkable Leadership

Leadership is defined as the capacity or ability to guide others to accomplish an objective. To provide leadership, one needs to be a leader.

The following is a quote that captures the essence of a great leader:

* The six most important words: "I admit I made a mistake."
* The five most important words: "You did a good job."
* The four most important words: "What is your opinion?"
* The three most important words: "If you please."
* The two most important words: "Thank you."
* The one most important word: "We."

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Leadership: Vision, Management And Motivation

A good leader essentially needs to be a motivator. He should be able to consistently inspire his team to strive for quality and excellence in their work. The job of a leader is to constantly improve standards and levels of productivity. And the only way to achieve that is to motivate people to perform their best at all times. In order to create such an effective team of achievers, here are some important managerial skills that you need to develop:

1. Observe the work environment


How to Be a Leader at Work

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Most organizations have at least one person who is a natural leader. When it is announced she will be leading a new team, employees line up to join. When he asks for a volunteer for an assignment, people jump at the chance. Employees turn to her as a mentor, or look to him as a role model.

Meanwhile, others in the organization are struggling to do their job with too few human resources. So how do natural leaders do it? What is their secret to getting people to go the extra mile for them?


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