from Kene Erike:
or empty suits struggling to justify big paychecks. The concept of
“Leadership” is a fixture in our daily lives that dictates the
experiences we share with others.
orthodoxy, so you won’t find any platitudes and buzzwords here.
corner of your life, no matter what your background. It’s how you spend
free time with friends and family; How you convince your boss to give you a raise;
the reason why you watch certain televisions shows and flip away from others;
it’s all there, peeking from beneath the covers of your daily existence.
enjoys support and fulfillment in one’s social and professional life?
sensitivity to the needs of others and the skill to address them.
position each player so they can shine. They take care of their people and make
sure everybody gets fed.
already mastered this, weaving carefully-crafted messages that draw in target
audiences. They go beyond identifying market needs and demographics,
establishing rallying points around issues that touch the lives of
for a low monthly fee.
acceptance and a desire to raise a family. Those motivations dictate our
life choices and purchase decisions.
They purchase that dress because they want to be the envy of every other woman
in the room when they go to their high school reunion.
people you want to lead and you’ll start making headway.
guilt. Signing up allows a person to feel like they’re doing something
right, striving for an ideal and dedicating themselves to good health
practices. Whether they actually break a sweat when they step in to the
facility is of secondary importance.
environmentally-conscious; whether they’re actually advancing the
cause is of little consequence.
customers: Come here, check off the “workout” box, and go
days, where members can indulge in the very foods that pack on pounds in a
Planet Fitness is riding it to the bank.)
well. They actively-alienate members who exhibit too much workout intensity, outfitting
their gyms with “Lunk Alarms” that sound when a lifter makes
too much noise and revoking memberships of anyone who
appears even the least bit intimidating.
you can’t knock their results.
the question. There are multiple styles that can get the job done. Brandishing
an iron fist never falls out of flavor and history is replete with autocrats
who effected change through fear and intimidation; they held a firm grasp of
intelligence. Historical figures were savvy politicians who know certain levers
light a fire under all of us. They did an end-run around empathy, but got the
job done just the same.
you’re walking down the right path. What’s the driving force behind a
decision and what do you have to offer them?
Consider what the people around you would want, what they need to get them
moving in your direction. And then, deliver it.
and give everyone two specific options to choose from, which will guide the
group towards choices you’re comfortable with.
everybody want to do tonight?”
planting new roadblocks for constituents to leap over. Effective leaders
make it easy for people to do what they want them to do.
you’re thrown in to. Effective leadership is all about speaking to your
fellow man in his language. Master that skill and the rest falls in to place.
entrepreneur and author specializing in human behavior. His book,“No” Doesn’t
Always Mean No, is a guide to developing stronger
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