Understanding the many elements of leadership is the only true way managers can truly find their optimum functionality.
1. Leaders must plan and calculate carefully. In doing this, one must take into account their current pathway toward their goal, their position in each celestial season, their location and surroundings, their style of leadership, and finally their type of management. By thinking, assessing and comparing these factors a manager can calculate their true chances of succeeding. Straying from these factors will ensure definite failure. Managing stress when striving to evaluate and accomplish goals must also be taken into consideration.
2. Challenge the norm. In order to do this it is important to know the current economic standings and relevant competition within the business realm. Limiting costs and reducing conflict with competing firms is a key task for managers and leaders.
3. Plan each strategy carefully. It is important to define your source of strength. Unity of a managers organization is much more important than size.
4. Understand your market position. Knowing where you stand in the market is key, and is an important factor that can help you shift your business to the optimum position to achieve safety and prosperity.
5. As a leader, know your own energy. How creative are you? Are you familiar with your own timing? Momentum? These are important details that you should be conscious of as you lead people toward success.
6. Know your weak points as well. What opportunities are exposed to your environment that can harm you or your organization?
7. Engage and Maneuver. Understand the dangers and conflict that can arise from running an organization and leading followers before you expect smooth sailing.
8. Variation in style. In order to be successful you have to be able to vary your style and type of management to fit your surroundings and situation. Flexibility is important and knowing how to judge responses from others is equally important. Shifting circumstances are no excuse for poor performance.
9. Moving your leadership to new grounds. Different situations will always arise and learning to move your leadership styles from one place to another will allow you to respond to any situation no matter how difficult or unfamiliar it may seem. Elevating intentions of others will help you gain ground.
10. Situational Position is paramount. What is your distance, danger, or barriers in relation to your goals and objectives? defining these will help you find your strengths.
11. Offensive position. Knowing when to stand your ground as a leader and management is one of the hardest things to do. There are so many ways that difficulty can arise from standing your ground. Knowing when to stand strong is important.
12. Finally, knowing when to use intelligence is crucial. Developing good information sources within the organization and outside it is so important. Doing so will solidify everything that has to do with you and your relationship to the organization.