February 17, 2013

Leading your team

The ability to lead is vital to leadership success. Some people may seem born leaders, whilst some may have the potential to develop and polish the skills of planning, organizing, time management, setting goals and objectives, making decisions, solving problems, communicating effectively, along with being an all encompassing supervisor and a good negotiator. Amongst other vital qualities, it is not debatable that there is a need for good negotiating skills - that is, for a negotiator to influence others in positive and constructive ways, especially when you are a leading a team of different individuals. Leaders must work with their team by using the team's collective strength as well as exercising their own personal vision's strength, along with continuously reflecting. All of the above attributes, along with the self explanatory characteristics, such as honesty, integrity, and enthusiasm must be substantiated and demonstrated consistently so that followers believe in them and respect them.

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