This paper will look at the constructing of actual relationships with other manager and workers calls for more time and effort put into your work. The most operational relationships yield many different methods and are very successful, operational and substantial most of the time. This only happens when the people involved encourage a level of high trust in their dealings. This paper will discuss the simple skills that a leader must have in order to do well in having an operative rapport. It will also talk over some of the procedures used to shape actual relationships with bosses and their workers. Finally it will talk about the role a leader takes in different participating management approaches.
Anyone coming up in management knows that in order for a leader to be effective they must have certain leadership skills. While not all leaders have these skills, we will show how a leader can become successful. These skills will include: Strategic Thinking, Collaboration, Emotional Intelligence, Critical Thinking, Communication, Motivation, Feedback, Tough Conversations, Coaching, and Making Values Visible and Viral.
First we have Strategic Thinking, which means that you have to think big or outside the box. You have to step back and take a look at the big picture some times and just watch what is going on. Then you can see where the work is going good and where you need to work on a problem.
Next we have Collaboration, which means you have to be a good role model to your peers and co-workers. You have to be a role model for in effective networking by presenting the value of bridging old limitations and breaking old habits.
Next we have Emotional Intelligence, which means you have to build your self-alertness, self-management, social alertness and correlation management. Emotional intelligence is critical. Know that as a leader, you are