The styles of leadership are many and varied, but there are some who forged great names throughout history and who still today are the object of study and example. Why not dedicate a bit of time to learn the most important ones?
Being able to unify a group of people towards a common goal will give the exact measure of the capacity and performance to obtain the proposed goals.
Do you know what extraordinary leadership is? Undoubtedly, it is one of the most acclaimed figures that has appeared in the world of management, and we owe it to psychometrist Joseph Folkman and human resources expert Jack Zenger.
The role of a trainer of trainers is basic in every society, since the future of the group of individuals will depend on their abilities to transmit knowledge and values, since they are bequeathing their knowledge to those who will have to do the same with others.
A good leader does not treat the same way an employee who has just joined a company compared to a worker with years of experience within the company.
The autocratic leadership is the one defenestrated management style of the 21st century, in the interests of a more democratic and horizontal direction, but there are occasions in which a more authoritarian administration is the most valid option.
The current hectic pace of life is plunging society into a constant state of aggression.
The vast majority of problems that arise in organizations is rooted in an absence of social intelligence in the company, from a demotivated worker because his superior exercises an autocratic style of leadership to a failure in the assembly line caused by a lack of communication among professionals.
Being a leader is not trying to gather followers who are waiting anxiously to be told what to do and how to do it. That was 30 years’ ago.
As executives or entrepreneurs, aspiring to become the leaders of our teams is not a negligible goal, but not only requires having a great specific knowledge of the field we are talking about, but also the ability to lead a team without bias of any kind .
“Your job is to discover your work and then surrender to it with all your heart.”
We have tools, still quite unknown, that may be the starting point for an educational change.