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Deal All, Greetings. Can Anybody please share thougths and management lesson of Mr.Obama. I also want to request you all about the Ebooks of Mr.Obama. Thank You.
From India, Gurgaon
Hi Gaurav,

Hope this post can get you in good deal to learn Barack Obama's leadership style and his management style. Following are the seven (7- Tips of Management) given and followed by Obama:

1. No Drama at work place, Be professional.

View: No backstabbing, No criticism or argument in team work, no leaking of secrets and strategies and build effective work relationship.

2. Praise who expect it.

View: Appreciate all the people around you, who did minute things for you. This helps to realise their self-value or esteem

(E.g. who has sent a mail or who shares a pen for writing?)

3. Make every person to participate in discussion.

View: Identify those people around you who lack or feel fear to speak in open.

E.g: ‘ Yes! Mr.A share your views. You could be right and you can help us to sort out the issue.”

4. Draw a plan and stick to it.

View: Make a rough sketch about your plan and execute it with firm belief on your self and make others to stick it.

5. Allow new ideas to come.

View: Make a habit to listen others view. Do not bother about his level or designation in organization. Be open minded.

6. Listen to others when they disagree with your opinion.

View: It gives an opportunity to understand others mind when they perceive in wrong sense. Even it gives opportunity to rectify our mistakes made unknowingly while sharing.

7. Provide Direct feedback at same time (immediately)

View: If others agree or disagree express your view or opinion or provide your feedback immediately. Leave no scope for rumours or misunderstanding.

For Books written by Barack obama refer this link :

Barack Obama eBooks <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )

From India, Mumbai
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