Saturday, December 1, 2007


Leadership comes in many shapes and sizes, and often from entirely unexpected quarters.

- Communication Is the Key= Communication is the real work of leadership. Great leaders SPEND the bulk of their time communicating. You need a talent for simplicity — for saying things in a few words. Knowing your audience is also essential. With the fluidity of information in business, org or whatever gatherings today, leaders need to be masterful listeners; they need to be able to receive as well as send.

What happens when leaders must communicate facts that are hard to take?

-leaders are pragmatists who can deal with difficult realities but still have the optimism and courage to act.

-From a leadership point of view, you always want to move toward telling the hard truths and helping people cope with the realities of change.

-ability to render that judgment can sometimes make or break a company or an organizations.

-Great leadership does not mean running away from reality. Sometimes the hard truths might just demoralize everybody, company or organization but at other times sharing difficulties can inspire people to take action that will make the situation better.

Don't get me wrong but today's leader's needs to freshen up their knowledge ruling the company, organizations or jst a little own run business.

Differentiate the "me & you" word. In a group it's always WE. Organization or company won't fullfill without the help of the people involve.

Leaders must listen. Show mutual respect to each other.

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