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A Troubled Tradition


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Let me say that this article is a great work but like Y2K does this work. Here is what I like many authors write.
Qualities of a good Leader
1 Be friendly
2 Be helpful
3 Be Honest not with others but also with yourself
4 Be fair
5 Make people feel important
6 Keep your word
7 Do things on time
8 Pay your debts
9 Know what you are doing
10 As well as you can
When leading people
Make sure that they know what you expect of them
Get everyone to work as a team supporting each other
Watch things are being done as was agreed
Do not criticise, give advice on how to improve.
To get people work together
Give praise
Give responsibility
Treat everyone as individual
Treat everyone fairly
Do unto others as you wish others do unto to you
I think that fits the glove and people will work like Churchill used to say, “We will fight them in the sea, in the air, on the land and he was with them always.
I thank you Firozali A.Mulla DBA

posted by Firozali Mullar
January 3, 2011

 

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