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Essentials of leadership

  1. 1. ESSENTIALS OF LEADERSHIP By : Amit Chavan
  2. 2. What is Leadership ?  Leadership is a combination of art, science and human nature. For some, it is an learning process; for others, it evolves and is refined over time.  Leadership is the ability of an individual or a group of individuals to influence and guide followers or other members of an organization.  Leadership acting as catalyst for a change.
  3. 3. Leadership involves  Establishing a clear vision,  Sharing that vision with others so that they will follow willingly,  Providing the information, knowledge and methods to realize that vision, and  Coordinating and balancing the conflicting interests of all members and stakeholders.
  4. 4. Business leadership  Managers must create an environment where employees are aware of organizational objectives and the specific role they fulfill in achieving them. Leading means establishing direction for employees and initiating the day-to-day work that is necessary to effectively accomplish the company’s overall objectives.  To be a successful leader, you must be able to motivate your employees and delegate responsibility appropriately. Employees must be provided with the information and resources they need to accomplish the work—and when work is not completed successfully, leaders must also be ready to engage in courageous conversations.  Before asking people to complete new tasks, a manager should observe employee behavior closely and understand the strengths and weaknesses of each person on the team. Being familiar with each employee’s talents, skills, and abilities will help guide the delegation process. Leaders should also know and consider the career goals and interests of employees when
  5. 5. Providing Valuable Leadership Guidance  What : Outline the task and clarify the desired result or outcome.  Who : Make assignments either to individuals or to a team. Specify who will work on which aspect of the task or plan.  When : Set time frames and deadlines for completing the task. Be sure to set specific dates and times to follow up on the task’s progress and its completion.  Why : Explain the reasons behind the assigned task and how it fits into organizational plans and objectives.  How : Be flexible and adjust your natural management style to appropriately address the situation. Assess the experience level of the employee and decide how detailed your instructions need to be and how much control you need to retain over the project.
  6. 6. 1. Sincere enthusiasm  True enthusiasm for a business, its products, and its mission cannot be faked. Employees can recognize insincere cheerleading from a mile away. However, when leaders are sincerely enthusiastic and passionate, that’s contagious.  Any innovation starts from problems and ends with products and services, with some of the key issues resolved.
  7. 7. 2. Integrity  Whether it’s giving proper credit for accomplishments, acknowledging mistakes, or putting safety and quality first, great leaders exhibit integrity at all times. They do what’s right, even if that isn’t the best thing for the current project or even the bottom line.  When people see evidence that leaders lack integrity, that can be nearly impossible to recover from.  Trust lost is difficult to get back.
  8. 8. 3. Great communication skills  Leaders must motivate, instruct and discipline the people they are in charge of. They can accomplish none of these things if they aren’t very skilled communicators.  Leaders who fail to develop these skills are often perceived as being weak and mealy-mouthed.(afraid to speak frankly or straightforwardly)  It’s also important to remember that listening is an integral part of communication.
  9. 9. 4. Loyalty  The best leaders understand that true loyalty is reciprocal. Because of this, they express that loyalty in tangible ways that benefit the member of their teams.  True loyalty is ensuring that all team members have the training and resources to do their jobs. It’s standing up for team members in crisis and conflict.  Great leaders see themselves as being in a position of service to their team members.  Employees who believe leadership is loyal to them are much more likely to show their own loyalty when it matters.
  10. 10. 5. Decisiveness  A good leader isn’t simply empowered to make decisions due to their position. They are willing to take on the risk of decision making.  They make these decisions and take risks knowing that if things don’t work out, they’ll need to hold themselves accountable first and foremost.  Further, bosses who aren’t decisive are often ineffective. Too much effort working on consensus (a general agreement) building can have a negative effect.  Rather than simply making a decision, many leaders allow debate to continue, and then create a piecemeal decision that satisfies no one.
  11. 11. 6. Managerial competence  Too many organizations try to create leaders from people who are simply good at their jobs. To be clear, those who emerge as being very good workers often have important qualities.  They are the ones who have a strong understanding of the company’s products and services.  They understand company goals, processes, and procedures. All of these are important.  On the other hand, being good at one’s job doesn’t prove that someone possesses the other competencies they need.  For example, can they inspire, motivate, mentor and direct? with major league baseball. While nearly all coaches have backgrounds as major league players, the most winning players aren’t necessarily the most successful coaches.
  12. 12. 7. Empowerment  A good leader has faith in their ability to train and develop the employees under them. Because of this, they have the willingness to empower those they lead to act autonomously.  This comes from trusting that their team members are fully up to any challenges they face.  When employees are empowered, they are more likely to make decisions that are in the best interest of the company and the customer as well. This is true, even if it means allowing workers to go a bit off script.
  13. 13. 8. Charisma  Simply put, people are more likely to follow the lead of those they like. The best leaders are well-spoken, approachable and friendly. They show sincere care for others.  People at all levels of an organization find it easy to relate to them and follow their lead.  Every one of these qualities is absolutely essential to great leadership. Without them, leaders cannot live up to their full potential. As a result, their employees will never perform as well as they can either.
  14. 14. MS Dhoni  Earn respect from your Teammates.  Build good relationship with your Team.  Trust your skills & instincts.  Always be available for your teammates.  Handling success & failure.  Be soft spoken and manages ego.  Handling pressure with ease.  Fun with the team should be part of your agenda.  Always share the credit with your teammate first.
  15. 15. A leader role is to raise to people’s aspirations for what they become and to release their energies so they will try to got there. -: David R. Gergen (American political commentator and former presidential adviser administrations)
  16. 16.  I Have A Dream “Stop complaining and Do something productive.” “If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you, do you have to keep moving forward.” -: Martin Luther King Jr.

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