“be the best at what you do top young”

Trust in people because you need to. As John Donne once wrote, “No man is an island.” What he meant by this is that no man works alone, entirely independently, however much he thinks he does. We depend on other people, whether we like it or not. Placing trust in other people is a necessity, not an option.
Everyone has qualities that leaders possess, but not everyone encounters the exact set of circumstances in life where those qualities can really shine and be recognized. Everyone can, however, develop their leadership qualities and put them to positive use in life every day, in and out of the workplace.
Reinforce positive behavior when employees are accomplishing their goals and objectives. This could be recognition in front peers and other rewards that don’t cost money, but are meaningful to the employee.
A successful man that is built for the long run knows that being ruthless is so last year. Today’s highly successful man recognizes that being kind to those around him is what gives him staying power.
There are different styles of leadership and they can (nearly) all be good. The important thing is to be yourself: know your own personality so that you can be authentic in the way you engage with other people and the way you use your authority. Understand how you as an individual can best have positive impact and influence with others and try to understand how they perceive you. Always be clear in communicating your values, what you care about and what you stand for – through your behaviour as well as your words.
Jump up ^ Ilies, Remus; Morgeson, Frederick P.; Nahrgang, Jennifer D. (2005-06-01). “Authentic leadership and eudaemonic well-being: Understanding leader–follower outcomes”. The Leadership Quarterly. 16 (3): 373–394. doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2005.03.002. ISSN 1048-9843.
This quality separates them from managers. Having a clear vision turns the individual into a special type of person. This quality of vision changes a “transactional manager” into a “transformational leader.”
Leaders know that patience is not about waiting around for results, it’s about following through and executing the plan, not giving up when you face hurdles, working hard and learning how to enjoy the journey as much as the destination.
– Mikä on sun yhteisö, kysyi ystäväni, kun olin muuttanut edelliseen kotikaupunkiini tuntematta ketään. Nokkela kysymys, ajattelin. En tullut ajatelleeksi sitä noin, mutta niinhän se on. Ihmiselle on tärkeää kuulua …
We each want to live a life of purpose, but where to start? In this luminous, talk, Jacqueline Novogratz introduces us to people she’s met in her work in “patient capital” — people who have immersed themselves in a cause, a community, a passion for justice. These human stories carry powerful moments of inspiration.
People are both your primary asset and leading responsibility. You could have all the domain expertise in the world, but if you don’t know how to motivate or organize those around you, don’t have the right overarching approach, all that brain power will never be put to good use.

0 Replies to ““be the best at what you do top young””

  1. As head coach and general manager of the Green Bay Packers from 1959 to 1968, Vince Lombardi used situational leadership strategies to lead the once-beleaguered football team to victories that included two consecutive Super Bowl championships. Lombardi was one of the first football coaches to use game film as a tool for improvement (and opposition research). His thorough approach to game analysis, ability to motivate players, and talent for designing plays that maximized his team’s strengths and minimized their weaknesses made him one of the great leaders in professional football.
    Consequently, people can have confidence that their leader won’t  punish them for their efforts if they take reasonable and responsible risks that are well thought out and well-founded. They are accountable and responsible to deserve their leader’s confidence and trust.

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