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Leadership redefined

  1. LEADERSHIP 1 Definition 2 Importance 4 Thought Leaders 7 Next Steps 3 What is Leadership 5 6 Quotes from Thought leaders Leadership isnt Management ICS Varma | India Redefined
  2. Define leadership Leadership is both a research area and a practical skill encompassing the ability of an individual or organizations to "lead" or guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations.
  3. Leadership plays an important part in the success of any organization. In the absence of effective leadership no organization can work efficiently. Importance of Leadership
  4. Leadership has nothing to do with seniority or one’s position in the hierarchy of a company. Too many talk about a company’s leadership referring to the senior most executives in the organization.They are just that, senior executives. Leadership doesn’t automatically happen when you reach a certain pay grade. What is Leadership any way
  5. Leadership and management are not synonymous. You have 15 people in your down line and P&L responsibility? Good for you, hopefully you are a good manager. Good management is needed. Managers need to plan, measure, monitor, coordinate, solve, hire, fire, and so many other things. Typically, managers manage things. Leaders lead people. Leadership isn’t Management
  6. Thought leaders are the informed opinion leaders and the go- to people in their field of expertise. They are trusted sources who move and inspire people with innovative ideas; turn ideas into reality, and know and show how to replicate their success. Thought Leaders
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  8. NEXT STEPS Actions speak louder Leading in the digital age
  9. Actions speak louder than words When it comes to leadership there is no one size fits all. Every leader has his/her own personality, style, and approach to leading teams, and leaders understand their own limitations and always keep their teams informed.
  10. Good Leaders know that success is a team effort.They realize that it takes a diverse team to truly innovate.They search for passionate people in diverse areas of expertise and bring them together.
  11. Great leaders empower their teams to do more, they are very protective, and they are clever in applying their knowledge and experience in order to move forward and avoid mistakes either they themselves or others made in the past.
  12. Leading in the digital age
  13. The technological advances of the digital age have allowed the global workforce to be better connected, more collaborative, and have greater personal impact than ever before. More information is immediately available, through more channels, than at any time in history. Clearly, workplaces are now optimized for high levels of workforce engagement Leading in the Digital Age
  14. The rise of the global economy and the coming of the digital age have made the engagement question much more complex for the leaders. Organizations everywhere are coping with unprecedented levels of competition and pressure to perform. Managing Engagement
  15. These organizations are facing a legion of issues that include the need to become more global, the need to simultaneously become more frugal and more innovative, the need to manage new and different stakeholders, and the need to cope with political uncertainty, energy issues, and other factors over which they have no control Managing Engagement
  16. Put yourself “in the middle.” Leaders should position themselves between the chaos of change and their people. Engaging leaders use their experience, insight, and knowledge of the organization’s business and culture to help people make sense of changes and to better participate in them. Leading in the Digital Age
  17. Invest in your people. Leaders should personally invest more effort in talent development during periods of high change. By doing this, engaging leaders use change as a medium for accelerating the professional development of the workforce. Leading in the Digital Age
  18. Focus on a higher purpose. In times of uncertainty, engaging leaders use higher purpose to keep people focused on their ability to shape the future of the organization. Leading in the Digital Age
  19. Leave no one behind.“False urgency” is a phrase we use to describe a phenomenon sometimes mentioned by the executives. False urgency occurs when change anxiety becomes so high that fear takes over and the only thing that matters is staying on schedule. There is “just no time” for things like human development and engagement, and the workforce is left behind. Leading in the Digital Age
  20. Engaging leaders refuse false urgency and stay focused on people when the stakes are highest. Leading in the Digital Age
  21. Credits Harvard Business review Forbes 100 Best Quotes on Leadership Wikipedia Google images SOAP Free Slides