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THE CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK

If you want to become a great leader, you have to become a great person first.

  • Build your image with diligence. Introduce new ways of thinking and systems in the group.
  • Delegate most of the work and trust people. They will do their best to finish it.
  • Cultivate a growth mindset where people can make mistakes and learn from them.
  • Give people feedback on their performance and how they can reach their goals.
  • Share your knowledge and discuss new ideas coming from your team.
  • And respect everybody’s free time.

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  • As a leader, you have many tasks. And you won’t have much time to focus on the regular job as the others do. So, trust people and use their skills to reach the goal.
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3 – Cultivate a growth environment.

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  • And those who terrorize their team with perfectionism.

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  • Organize meetings where people can share new ideas or things they have been working on. It will make them feel meaningful and spread knowledge in the group.
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  • Never answer calls past your work schedule or near that. Tell people you already left the office or that you have an urgent task to do. Train them to be respectful of your free time.
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2 – Delegate most of the work. (1)

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However, in the beginning, I wanted to do everything by myself.

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5 – Share your knowledge.

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  • Tell each person on your team what they’ve been doing great. Praises give responsibility, and people will work even better to keep the standard.
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1 – Build your image.

1 – Build your image.

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4 – Give performance feedback.

4 – Give performance feedback.

Six months ago, I avoided talking about my teammates’ performance. I didn’t feel good enough to tell them how they were doing. But if you don’t give feedback, how can anybody improve?

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