THE LEADER/LEADING FLAIR IN YOU

There’s one thing most people don’t seem to understand well and while this does not just make us trivialize our self and potentials in any set entity or venue we find ourselves, it also puts us in a spot of decadence towards our dreams and goals.

That is the fact that most people (in teams) think that a leader actually means someone who’s at the top or someone whose leading a set of things or an entity and this makes them think lesser of themselves hereby deteriorating their leadership prowess.

Even the dictionary supports this by defining it a leader as a person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country.

But how true is this fact?

The fact that a leader leads people doesn’t mean a follower cannot lead as well, the fact that Buhari is the President of Nigeria doesn’t mean that he should do all the leading, leaders need subordinates (those who’re under-studying them and developing their leadership skills as well) we can put wisely that is why there is Osinbajo (his vice) supporting him. This is not to say leadership deals with the political realms alone

Most people (team workers) when asked what went wrong while on a mission mostly complain on the ineffectiveness of the rules they were given to perform by the leaders, but when asked what they did when this was noticed, they tend to bail themselves out of the question saying things like “we only followed the orders of our boss, we couldn’t have done otherwise”, “we only did what we were told to”, “we were not in the position to make rules/organizational roles for ourselves”

And talks like that when made by employees especially forms a huge detriment on such individual’s leadership dexterity and may abruptly form a pretty bad impression on the boss or the person being told who may/will now doubt such a person’s team-work skill and intelligence.

And talks like that when made by employees especially forms a huge detriment on such individual’s leadership dexterity and may abruptly form a pretty bad impression on the boss or the person being told who may/will now doubt such a person’s team-work skill and intelligence.

As individuals, we all are liable to make mistakes, as leaders however, we are not immune to this phenomena because we make and order on multiple decisions and even though we try as much not to, there are just those tiny fragments we may never really fit in the picture and this supposedly should be where the roles of the subordinates (junior ones) come into play, but rather than doing this, most employees prefer to keep mute and watch the entire project fail which they do not gain anything from.

There are specific measures we organized which will help the situation of helping you unleashย “THE LEADER IN YOU”

  • Followers should always know their place as followers still but a follower with a leading spirit.
  • Followers should stop feeling bad about following someone’s footsteps, rather they should buckle up and fasten up their progress instead of musing over irrelevant thoughts (ill thoughts about their senior).
  • Followers should always have the mindset of leaders (you think and act systematically as your boss would).
  • Followers should do away with the rule of care-freeness (otherwise known as “I DON’T CARE ATTITUDE”)
  • They should have a sense of belonging and help out whenever they spot errors in the leader’s verdict or set rules but they should firstly report to the top (leader) firstly #and_please_be_polite

 

We are open for more ideas to helping us all unleash the LEADER IN US ALL.

 

Kindly fill them in the comment box.

P.S: More updates on this coming soon.

THE LEADER IN YOU

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4 thoughts on “THE LEADER/LEADING FLAIR IN YOU

  1. wow!! What a wisdom say, one person cannot be his own leader, the followers play the important roles by building a valid nd sincerity relationship. Am touched!!!!!

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