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007 -essential skills for leaders


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007 -essential skills for leaders

  1. 1. 1 Creative Problem Solving. Essential Skills For Leaders: A strong leader must have the capacity and skills to anticipate, identify, solve, prevent, and learn from problems that occurs in the work environment.
  2. 2. 2 Creative problem- solving skills require positive processes that incorporate strong communication skills, respect for all parties involved, and innovative approaches. • When problems are viewed as "opportunities," the benefits for both leaders and team members can be highly positive.
  3. 3. 3 When problems arises in organization. What does a leader do with those problems? A leader can either react to problems and the resulting change or look ahead and visualize the future with creative problem solving. Effective leaders anticipate change and learn how to facilitate and manage it. A leader does not have to wait until problems come to. Good leaders know to seek solutions before the problems land on the doorstep.
  4. 4. 4 Qualities of good problem solvers • Anticipate problems: Problems are inevitable and good leaders anticipate those. Have a positive attitude but plan for the worst. • Accept the truth: Denying problems only prolongs the agony. Be willing to look at the issues honestly, accept responsibility, and move forward. • See the big picture: Have a vision of the future and be able to see where the organization can be in 5 or 10 years. • Handle one problem at a time: Eat the big one bite at a time.
  5. 5. 5 Problem-Solving Tactics Of Great Leaders 1. Communicate transparently. • When there's a problem, it's important that everyone feel & able to express their concerns and opinions freely. • Effective leaders facilitate open dialogue and work for accountability from the entire team.
  6. 6. 6 2. Break down silos. • Workplace problems frequently arise from organizational boundaries. Breaking down those barriers will create a more open culture and decrease competition — which, in turn, lessen office problems. • A great leader acts on it. 3. Foster an open-minded culture. • In the end, "problem solving is about people working together to make the organization and the people it serves better." • To accomplish that, the leader's responsibility.
  7. 7. 7 4. Always have a plan of action. • Successful leaders are experienced problem-solvers. When trouble hits, they know from past encounters how to work with the right people & resources to reach a solution. • The worst way to approach an issue is without an underlying strategy. "Take enough time to step back and assess the situation,“. 14
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