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Derek Elliott – How to lead an organization effectively

Press Release   •   Sep 21, 2010 15:01 EDT

It is never all of one and none of another, but a balance. Great leaders carry a charisma, for instance, some of it inborn, some of it through the development of skills that bring with them confidence. That charisma encompasses more than sheer charisma. It is the magic that induces the people to follow when it doesn’t make logical sense to do so. It motivate the groups of followers to weather storms, fight uphill battles, stretch their own limits beyond what was once thought possible, and live on long after the leader is gone.

Know Your Competition well:
Don’t limit your competition only to the ones you know. Keep an eye out for latent competitors too. Once you know about your competitors, you can build a better mousetrap.
Try the extraordinary Things:
Spend more than 50% of your time in enhancing yourself like, your ethics, principles, motivation, and conduct. Try to have the circumstances of what you want and go before and show the way.
Take a Periodic look at, Where You Are And Where You Want To Go:
Vision is crucial for moving ahead, but you need to look at where you are before you continue forward. Regroup, readapt the direction of your sails, and then move on.
Really Create An Atmosphere Of Teamwork:
Pay more than lip service to the concept of teamwork. Gather everyone on your team as equals. Let the team set its own goals for success.
Develop A Sense Of Authenticity:
“Do as I say, not as I do” does not apply to work groups anymore. To keep teams motivated and focalized you need to have moral authority in order to gain the same from your people.
Take Care Of Your Customers. Take Care Of Your Teammates:
Tangible results will be gain only by truly caring for everyone involved in the process. Every person matters!
Create More Leaders Than The Competition:
Leaders should be found and placed at every level of an organization. Since the people will feel better about their performance when they feel valued for their contribution.
Know about the Individuals in the Team:
Team leaders don’t lead teams. Actually they are leading the collections of individuals who together make up a team. Everyone has different strengths, weaknesses, and needs. A team is only effective if their needs are discovered and acknowledged, then enhanced.

It is never too late to get a ship back on track or to reassess where you are in implementing your personal and organizational goals. Take the time to list your goals and then compare them to this list of principles. Begin changing your approaches immediately so you can become a more effective leader today.

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