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  1. 1. By Group: Fahad Ur Rehman Daniyal Adil Rizwan Khan Muzammil Hashmani
  2. 2. A person who guides or directs a group. And has ability to lead. And can lead a Team, Group or a Person in any kind Of environment.
  3. 3.  Being able to motivate & direct others  Taking responsibility for the direction & actions of a team  Setting objectives.  Organizing & motivating others.  Taking the initiative  Persevering when things are not working out.  Taking a positive attitude to frustration/failure.  Accepting responsibility for mistakes/wrong decisions.  Being flexible: prepared to adapt goals in the light of changing situations.
  4. 4.  The leader is always here for his employees. He helps them, manages them and treats them with fairness. One of the mot important skills are:  setting goals,  observing progress,  rewarding good behavior  and reprimanding negative actions.
  5. 5.  Use initiative to act on opportunities. Become a leader before other people view you as one. Healthy organizations reward those who take the lead, not just those with formal management roles.  Take responsibility for own objectives: set priorities.  Display a "can do" attitude even in demanding situations.  "Go the extra mile" when asked to do tasks. Go beyond your job description. Do work that gets you noticed.
  6. 6.  Show enthusiasm: this will be noticed and you will eventually be rewarded.  Take ownership of problems: anticipate potential problems, take pre-emptive action and act quickly to resolve problems.  Introduce improvements to the way things are done.  Develop innovative practices. Value innovative thinking.  Learn new skills that will enhance capability.  Common sense is not common!
  7. 7.  Autocratic or authoritarian: In this style, Leader is that person who centralized the power and has the authority to give his subordinates order and they have to do it before giving deadline.
  8. 8.  Participative or democratic: A person who shares the decision-making abilities with group members by promoting the interests of the group members . To motivate them to take a step forward. For Example: Chief of Army staff.
  9. 9.  Bureaucratic Leadership : A style of leadership that emphasizes procedures and historical methods regardless of their usefulness in changing environments. Bureaucratic leaders attempt to solve problems by adding layers of control, and their power comes from controlling the flow of information.
  10. 10.  Charismatic Leadership: A charismatic leadership style resembles transformational leadership: both types of leaders inspire and motivate their team members. The difference lies in their intent. Transformational leaders want to transform their teams and organizations.
  11. 11.  Servant Leadership : A person without formal recognition as a leader. These people often lead by example. They have high integrity and lead with generosity .
  12. 12.  Task-oriented and relationship-oriented : Task-oriented leadership is a style in which the leader is focused on the tasks that need to be performed in order to meet a certain production goal..
  13. 13.  Honesty  Ability to Delegate  Communication  Sense of Humor  Confidence  Commitment  Positive Attitude  Creativity  Intuition  Ability to Inspire