Key Principle of a Leader #26: I have no fear of responsibility

A manager has to have enough courage and confidence in their decision-making. The manager has to trust themselves and be sure that they are able to carry out the decisions taken. The manager has to be able to include their team in the decision-making and do so in a way where the entire team is…

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Key Principle of a Leader #9: Don’t play favorites with subordinates

A good manager is able to evaluate all team members using the same yardstick. One who uses different standards will end up building a monarch’s court instead of a team. Favourites on a team cause a situation where the manager’s decisions are biased. View all the the key principles of a leader from our YouTube…

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Key Principle of a Leader #5: Nobody should put spokes in your wheels

Any sort of backbiting in the organization has to be out of the question – this principle becomes more and more important the bigger the organization is. Teams have to have a good ethic and commitment to reaching the goal. It requires clear and understandable assignments, and also mutual trust and respect. We use the…

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