Leadership Skills

1. Share the excitement of people when they accomplish something. l. Honor needs and wants of people. m. Take responsibility for your actions and decisions and expect others to do the same. n. Take responsibility for the quality of their communications.

2. Show empathy for others. Empathy means recognizing emotions in others. Is the ability to step into the shoes of another person and understand how they see their reality and how they feel about things. Being aware of our emotions and how they affect our actions is a fundamental skill in the people of today’s intense workplace. People who are separated from their emotions are not able to connect with people. It’s like they are emotionally deaf. Nobody wants to work with these people because they have no idea of how they affect others. You’ve probably met a few people who fit this description.

3. Encourage people to cooperate with each other. Whether managing a family or a working group, there are some specific things you can do to create an environment where others work well together: a. Do not play favorites. Treat everyone equally. Otherwise, some people do not trust you. b. Do not talk about people behind their backs. c. Ask for ideas from others. Participation increases commitment. d. Follow-up suggestions, requests and comments, even if they are able to carry out an application. e. Check your understanding when you make a statement or advertisement. Do not assume that all world is with you. f. Make sure people have clear instructions for tasks to be completed.