10 ways to become better leader

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  1. 1. 10 Ways to become better Leader
  2. 2. 1st Principle Understandin g an Exchanged vs Changed life.
  3. 3. 2nd Principle Serve As a Role Model
  4. 4. Idealized influenceis another key components of transformational leadership. Transformational leaders exemplify the behaviors and characteristics that they encourage in their followers. They walk the walk and talk the talk. As a result, group members admire these leaders and work to emulate these behaviors.
  5. 5. If you want to become a better leader, work on modeling the qualities that you would like to see in your team members.
  6. 6. 3rd Principle Be Passionate
  7. 7. Great leaders are not just focused on getting group members to finish tasks; they have agenuine passion and enthusiasmfor the projects they work on.
  8. 8. Let people know that you care about their progress. When one person shares something with the rest of the group, be sure to tell them how much you appreciate such contributions.
  9. 9. 4th Principle Listen and communicate Effectively
  10. 10. Another important characteristic of transformational leadership involves a focus on providing one-on-one communication with members..
  11. 11. Good leaders should express sincere care and concernfor the members both verbally andnonverbally.
  12. 12. By keeping the lines of communication open, these leaders can ensure that group members feel able to make contributions and receive recognition for their achievements.
  13. 13. 5th Principle Have a Positive Attitude
  14. 14. Transformational leaders have an upbeat, optimistic attitudethat serves as a source of inspiration for followers. If leaders seem discouraged or apathetic, members of the group are likely to also become uninspired. Even when things look bleak and your followers start to feel disheartened, try to stay positive.
  15. 15. This does not mean viewing things through rose-colored glasses. It simply means maintaining a sense of optimism and hope in the face of challenges.
  16. 16. 6th Principle Encourage People to make contribution
  17. 17. Let the members of your team know that you welcome their ideas. Leaders who encourage involvement from group members are often referred to asdemocratic or participative leaders.
  18. 18. While they retain the final say over all decisions, they encourage team members to take an active role in coming up with ideas and plans. Research has shown that using a democratic leadership style leads to greater commitment, more creativeproblem-solvingand improved productivity.
  19. 19. 7th Principle Motivate Your Followers
  20. 20. Transformational leaders also provideinspirational motivationto encourage their followers to get into action. Of course, being inspirational isn't always easy. Fortunately, you don't need motivational speeches to rouse your group members.
  21. 21. Some ideas forleadership inspiration include being genuinely passionate about ideas or goals, helping followers feel included in the process and offering recognition, praise and rewards for people's accomplishments.
  22. 22. 8th Principle Offer Rewards and Recognition
  23. 23. A good leader knows thatoffering effective recognitionand rewards is one of the best ways to help followers feel appreciated and happy. It may also come as no surprise that happy people tend to perform better at work.
  24. 24. According to researchers Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer leaders can help group members feel happier by offering help, removing barriers to success and rewarding strong efforts.
  25. 25. 9th Principle Keep Trusting God for New Things and Leading
  26. 26. Who says leadership is a one-way relationship? As you work toward honing your leadership skills, don't forget to look to your followers for feedback an inspiration. Pay attention to the things that have been effective in the past and always be on the lookout for new ways to inspire, motivate and reward group members.
  27. 27. 10th Principle Always Celebrate by Giving Back the Glory for His Grace of success