Wrong decisions can be fixed, but indecisiveness will damage your organization and reputation beyond repair.
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Whether you currently lead a team or are preparing to do so in the future, take a moment to picture this scenario: You have a lengthy to-do list for your workday and ambitious plans to check off every last item. When you’re leading the charge for your team, everybody else’s priorities find their way to the top of your list—regardless of what you had on your own agenda for that day.
Respected leaders recognize the fact that they have accountability for their teams.
There is no single ‘best’ style of leadership when organizations are in different stages of growth, competitiveness, and are staffed with employees with varying skills, abilities, personalities, motivations, experiences, age groups, and cultural backgrounds.
To manage effectively given all of these variables, great leaders must be versatile“Press on: nothing in the world can take the place of perseverance.
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But, it’s also important to recognize that leadership isn’t a one-size-fits-all sort of thing.
You need to continuously adjust your approach based on what the situation requires and who you’re leading.