Leadership is an inborn talent or quality that helps you to lead a group or organization or a country.
Leadership is the ability to adapt the setting so everyone feels empowered to contribute creatively to solving the problems. Leadership isÂ adaptive, meaning that the leader makes adjustments. A leader who fails to adjust to the territory will lose their way. Only fools willingly follow someone who is lost.
Once Napoleon Bonaparte said â€œI am not afraid of the army of lions led by a sheep,Â but I am afraid of the army of sheep led by a lionâ€ Â Â A lion is a symbol of leadership. Here the words of Napoleon shows that an effective leader can draw best out of the worst and an inefficient leader can fail the best. Leadership means start pushing your limits, strive for the best and motivate or enhance your team their skills and lead from the front. Never give up in worst situations and overcome the problem. The glory will be all yours.
Leadership acts on peopleâ€™sÂ feelings, meaning a leader finds ways to link to peopleâ€™s instinct or intuition. Leaders help everyone feel empowered, which in many organizations with bad histories is a leap of faith. If a leader can also provide concrete evidence that helps the empowerment, is wonderful. But evidence usually comes after the leadership actions produce the desired results.
The more complex story reinforces thatÂ â€˜â€™everyone on a team can be a leaderâ€™â€™. The most successful teams create chain reactions of leadership. Adaptation triggers long chains of further adaptations that ultimately solve seemingly impossible problems. Everyone has their different ways of doing this, whether itâ€™s through rewards, allowing more freedom within job roles or getting stuck into the job alongside your employees. Each approach works differently for everyone, but each type of leader has taken time to figure out their style.
Courage is a fickle thing, but incredibly important in a great leader. A leader needs to be able to stand alone, and stand up for what they believe in. Having the courage to do what you believe will work is sometimes one of the hardest things to do. With courage also come determination and patience â€“ the ability to hold firm and not succumb to negativity or the pressure to crumble, and the patience to keep going along a difficult road until they reach the end with their head held high, no matter what the outcome. You should be dedicated in what you believe. A leader is supposed to motivate his followers in a positive direction with a healthy mindset. Always remember that Success is not final, failure is not fatal, itâ€™s the courage to continue pushing that counts. Courage is not having the strength to go on it is going on when you donâ€™t have the strength. Courage is very important factor in leadership. Itâ€™s the will to stand against the tide, when the wind is against you and you have to sail in the opposite direction. A leader inspires his people to do the same. Always remember that fear is a reaction and courage is a decision. A great leader knows it and execute when needed. It is always easy to stand in a crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. If you overcome that stage the crowd will follow you eventually.
A good leader will often command the attention of an entire room, sometimes without even speaking. This level of presence is not something you just possess from birth. Itâ€™s a quality that needs to be earned through the respect of your employees, working hard and being honest at every step of the journey. Presence is often the result of
humility in a leader. Acting aloof or superior to employees is likely to cause dislike and disruption, resulting in a negative environment. Instead, a good leader can listen to their employees, talk on their level and gain their trust. All these events can lead to the creation of an aurora of positivity.
A great leader is a strong motivator. Off course the past cannot be changed but the future is yet in your hand. A leader always aims for the moon, if he misses he may hit a star. Everyone needs motivation at some point in time. A great leader makes sure that happens. A great leader always takes one step at a time, one punch at a time, one round at a time. He/she makes small goals and aim to achieve it with his team. A great leader knows that a great thing doesnâ€™t happen from the comfort zone. One has to push his will and limits. A determination is very important along with dedication. People who attack your confidence and self-esteem are aware of your potential even if you are not. If you are dedicated to your goal and work hard nothing can stop you from reaching that point where you want to be.