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Golden Rules For A Good Leader

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Golden Rules For A Good Leader

Golden Rules For A Good Leader

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  • 1. Extracts from “An Emotion-Driven Economy” Golden Rules for a good LEADER
  • 2. Topics
    • Motivate
    • Listen
    • Trust Your Team
    • Say Thank You
    • Be Courteous
    • Keep your ear to the ground
    • Be Flexible
    • Stay Cool Under Pressure
    • Lead by Example
    • Be an Expert
    • Stay Humble
    • Have a Sense of Humor
    • Celebrate
  • 3. Motivate
    • Everyone has an invisible sign hanging around their neck that reads “Make Me Feel Important”
  • 4. Listen
    • Leaders have to be a good listeners
  • 5. Trust Your Team
    • If you don’t believe in your team, they are unlikely to give you 100%
  • 6. Say ‘Thank You’
    • Many managers don’t seem to realise the power of these two words
  • 7. Be Courteous
    • Again this is so obvious that it should hardly need saying
  • 8. Keep your ear to the ground
    • This will help you to spot a looming staff crisis before it happens
  • 9. Be Flexible
    • Recognize that even the most committed people have a life outside work
  • 10. Stay Cool Under Pressure
    • If the BOSS looks as if he is losing his head in a crisis, how do you expect the rest of the staff to respond?
  • 11. Lead by Example
    • Be the FIRST into the office and the LAST out, especially when the times are hard
  • 12. Be an Expert
    • Make sure that the staff knows that you know what you are talking about
  • 13. Stay Humble
    • Never get too big for your boots
  • 14. Have a Sense of Humor
    • If you don’t have one, then go home
  • 15. Celebrate
    • When the news is good, don’t be afraid to bring out the champagne
  • 16. Thanks

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