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7 Things Effective Leaders Do
Can you learn to be a leader? Are leaders born to lead? Do some posess some special gene that
makes them natural leaders and causes others to follow? Well my belief is that anyone can lead, anyone can follow and followers can become leaders. Now I have noticed seven specific actions that successful leaders carry out, regardless of the organization or cause they lead.
Leaders that stand out above the rest will.....
1. Create a feeling of importance in others.
Will not have goals nor make decisions that are self-centered, they lead by example and know
followers will are not interested but turned off by such.
Center on building strengths and contribution.
2. They are vision builders.
Because followers need a clear idea of where you're leading them. Leaders understand why having
goals is valuable. Want to be a leader? Provide a vision.
3. The golden rule is one they follow.
They will treat followers the way they would enjoy being treated. Show me an abusive leader
and you can be sure they've attracted few loyal followers.
4. Quick to admit mistakes.
If followers think you're covering up your own mistakes, they'll do the same. Unfortunately
trying to hide mistakes creates a void and those doing such lack valuable information for
making future decisions.
5. Privately give constructive criticism to followers.
Praising publicly will serve to encourage others to excel. While publicly criticizing will
only embarrass and alienate.
6. Leaders are always close to the action.
Knowing being visible to the members of their organization is important they enjoy talking to
people. Attending conferences visit other offices and work sites. They will ask questions, and
observe how business is being handled. Leaders Often gain new insights into what works and
find new opportunities for motivating their followers.
7. See competition as a game.
The competitive drive can be a valuable tool and used correctly allows leaders to set team
goals, and reward members who meet or exceed them. All the while examining their failures, and
celebrating with the group successes.
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