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Offline ariful892

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Four concepts define key leadership responsibilities
« on: December 08, 2013, 03:38:13 PM »
Gain the Cooperation of Others

Establishing a cooperative spirit is the primary responsibility of leadership. This spirit drives an organization and its people to higher levels of productivity and accomplishment. For leaders to be effective they must build a cooperative effort by relying on the following techniques:

     @Leaders understand basic human needs and desires and nudge people in the right direction. They know how motivation works to everyone’s benefit.
    @They make emotional connections. An effective leader connects with people under their direction to build an interdependence that fosters more long-term gain than individual efforts would.
    @They acknowledge the need for followers.
    @Leaders understand their people. They take time to converse and ask questions that bring information, concerns, ideas and perspectives to the forefront. Then, they act positively upon them.[/li][/list]


Listen and Learn Well

    @Leaders never forget where they have been, and use their experiences to shape where they are going, and why. They place learning and listening at the top of the list in terms of building skills and ability. Learning from past errors in judgment prevents their repetition.
    @They listen to everyone and everything. Leaders have their ears and eyes on every person, process and situation. They listen for ideas, impending concerns, problems, successes and unhappiness in their employees. They absorb everything and act on the knowledge gained to prevent major problems from occurring.
    @Leaders seize all opportunities to make people feel successful, competent and comfortable in the work environment. Excellent leaders are not reactive, but proactive by nature.

Put the Needs of Others First

    @Effective leaders separate themselves from the rest of the pack through self-sacrifice and by setting their egos aside. Good leaders are never afraid to work alongside their people to finish a project or resolve a situation.
    @Leaders are flexible, slowing down or speeding up while assessing their employees’ productivity and efforts.
    @Leaders understand that keeping tasks simple and obvious makes for a committed workforce. Employees desire to know precisely what is expected of them and how to complete their assigned tasks. A leader focuses on ways to make their assignments and projects more direct and clearly defined.

Performing Consistently

    @By understanding that people are different, leaders solidify mutual respect and communication, and maintain openness and fairness with every employee.
    @Leaders build cohesiveness through cooperative efforts by holding employees and themselves accountable. They know this is necessary to achieve their goals and ideals.
    @Effective leaders realize that their actions and words must not send mixed messages. Leaders should stay the course, even under duress or in the midst of adversity. They must remain genuine and use discretion in all judgments they make. Excellent leaders will reinforce their motivation, inspiration and expectations to maintain a strong leadership position.

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« Last Edit: December 08, 2013, 03:40:10 PM by ariful892 »
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Offline A.S. Rafi

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Re: Four concepts define key leadership responsibilities
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2014, 12:18:36 AM »
I truly  appreciate the 3rd quality, it makes person acceptable for all in no time.Although it requires a very compromising, even sacrificing mentality.
Abu Saleh Md. Rafi
Senior Lecturer,
Department of English.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Daffodil International University.