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Anand Chavan
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Leadership Tips
# Fix The Problem, Not The Blame.
# Tell People What You Want, Not How To Do It.
# Manage the function, not the paperwork.
# You never have to make up for a good start.
# Get out of your office.
# Lead by example.
# Delegate the easy stuff.
# Don't get caught up in looking good.
# Quality is just conformance to requirements.
# Learn from the mistakes of others.
# Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals.
# Set an example.
# Know Your G.P.M. ( Goal + Plan + Measurements )
# Train Your Supervisors.
# You Can't Listen With Your Mouth Open.
# Practice what you preach.
# Leaders create change.
# Don't Limit Yourself.
# Anyone can steer the ship in calm waters.
# You have to make a difference.

From India, Nasik
Hi I am designing a Leadership training programme for team leads.Can someone suggest me suitable content for this? Shanath
From India, Bangalore
Hi all, I think this post is too good. Very basic but useful points which we know but do not practice with confidence. Regards, Reena

good one every great leader has one more quality. that leading others when the whole world is aganist them, just like ghandiji , who took a bold step step of salt satyagrah.
From India, Bangalore
Hi ,
Nice tips for leadership, the basic things we need to keep in our mind while leading any team , but generally these are kept aside.
will try and follow these.Please keep posting such informative messages.

From India, Delhi
Leadership from LAGAN.Attached find a PPT, Most of u must have seen it before. Rajendra Gehlot
From India, Pune

Attached Files
File Type: pps leadership_the_lagaan_way_168.pps (72.0 KB, 364 views)

Great !! For any manager the leadership quality is essential for success and progress of his own and his organisation to which he belongs. keep giving such valuable inputs. Anand Chavan
From United States, Brockton
Hi Shyamali,
GREAT !!! You have said it all !!! At present I am into the business of marketing Experiential Outbound Training for Corporates as well Youth across India.
I would appreciate if you could guide me into taking up a distant learning course in Human Resource Management. I live in Ahmedabad - Gujarat.
I also have been marketing Land & Property and Corporate, Group and Individual Inbound Travel as an entrepreneur.
You take care. Hoping to hear from you soon.

Dear Shanath,
From any leadership training programme, the following outcome has to be achieved in the personality of trainee:
Leadership Skills
1 To take responsibility
2 Decision making
3 Authority delegation
4 Problem solving
5 Process Orientation
6 Handling escalations effectively
7 Managerial abilities
8 Risk taking / New Initiatives
9 Effective communication

Team Management
1 Able to guide / mentor
2 Harmony in Team
3 Motivation
4 Retention
5 Assessing right candidate
6 Counselling

Frame your leadership training programme along these points.

From India, Delhi
Terrific post Shyamali....but reading it a random thought occurred to me which I would like to throw up for discussion.
Is it necessary for the leader of the group to lead by example to qualify as a leader? Suppose a team leader is very experienced and has good people-handling skills and motivation skills, but in actual technical terms he/she is not the best in the team, there is somebody better. Does this team leader then become less than an absolute team leader?
Warm regards,

From India, Gurgaon

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