The role of leadership is often misunderstood. It's worse when things go wrong or do not look at a star in the short run; Too often we criticize, condemn and destroy those who control. A real leader is to get the agencies to enable it to work with high efficiency to meet both short-term and long-term goals.
The leader must also understand that the money stops with them and excuses, blame games or failures are not options, they are totally unacceptable. The leader must be visual and get the team aboard to become one with that vision, encourage everyone to do their best, even go beyond it, harvest the synergy and promote inertia.
In order to reach this leader, you must understand the human factor in question, including your own, and carefully monitor every detail. Strong leaders must know what they can trust, seek reliable information and make decisions, often without hesitation in having overall impact on strategy, speed and any other decisions in the future. Obviously, this is not an easy task.
In a large complex organization and environment, only 100% human leadership can hope to meet these high demands to fulfill its duties. Thus leadership is not for everyone, and leadership is one with responsibility. The leader must be able to lead with agility, restore mistakes within the organization or their own mistakes; Perseverance, character and boldness are often often a key issue.
When leaders fail and there are so many ways to fail, the organization can go through unscrupulous gyrations and recover or even break apart and self-death from within. When it happens, everyone loses and if that organization is a business or a big business, the mistake will lead to untimely and unfortunate destiny of all vendors, lenders, customers and employees.
Also, sellers, lenders, customers, shareholders, regulators, employees must be on board and in order to work it, one with the goals, goals and vision of the company. It is a leader to see that all this works like a fine Swiss watch. In practice, however, not achieving perfection in processes that need to be bought, rather the agreement of all players to go in that direction than to achieve the goals.
Flexibility, agility and ability to adapt quickly are what the leader must strive to encourage the team to work together and do their best. With such responsibility as required, we need to choose our leaders wisely or we have already sealed our fate. Think about this.