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Leadership and characteristics of a good leader

    Leadership and characteristics of a good leader

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    Leadership and characteristics of a good leader

    What is leadership?

    Some believe that leadership is management in its meaning, but in fact they are different. There is a leader without a management position, and there is also a manager who is leader


    In simple terms, leadership is the process of influencing people and directing them to achieve a goal. When you take the initiative to organize a group of friends or co-workers to collect donations to help the needy, or to spend the weekend with each other, or to prepare a simple party for a colleague, in these cases you will appear as a leader. When your boss tells you he wants to discuss with you later on some pending projects, he appears as a leader. At home, when you determine what work your child will do, when and how he will do it, you are a leader. The main point here is whether you are in a supervisory or managerial position or not, you will exercise leadership to some extent and to some degree. Leadership does not require that the leader be a manager or in a managerial position. Not every leader is a manager, and not every manager is called a leader.


    Objective:

    Your goal in this area of ​​professional development should be to know and attain the greatest possible qualities of effective leadership, and to learn about the different styles of leadership and how and when to apply each of them.


    Leadership qualities:


    Psychologists and administrators have identified many of the hallmarks of effective leadership. I have mentioned the most important of these qualities (from my point of view) with a brief explanation of each.
    • Feeling the importance of the message: the belief in a person's ability to lead and his love for work as a leader.
    • Strong personality: the ability to face harsh realities and unpleasant situations with courage and boldness.
    • Loyalty: This is for superiors, colleagues, subordinates, the organization and the family.
    Maturity and Good Opinions: Shared feeling, ingenuity and flair, insight and wisdom, and the distinction between important and unimportant.


    • Energy and vigor: enthusiasm, willingness to work, and initiative.
    • Firmness: confidence in making urgent decisions and willingness to work with them.
    • Sacrifice: He sacrifices his personal desires and needs to achieve the common good.
    • Communication and Speech Skills: eloquence and power of expression.
    • Administrative capabilities: the ability to plan, organize, direct, control, form work teams and evaluate performance ... etc.


    The above list is not an exhaustive list of all traits, but rather an example of some of the most important traits in a good leader.
    You may know someone who you feel is a good leader and want to study their leadership style. If this person is within reach, it may be worthwhile to meet with him and arrange a meeting to discuss these qualities as well as his beliefs about his success and how he was able to accomplish them. It will be lucky if any mentor.


    Leadership styles:


    Leadership involves leaders inspecting and motivating employees to do their jobs well, regardless of the tasks assigned to them. In order to do this efficiently, you must be aware of all the factors affecting the situation, and then choose the appropriate leadership style for that situation.
    When we talk about leadership styles, we mean the way a leader uses to act with the powers available to him to lead others.
    The democratic style of leadership is the most effective and productive of these methods, and it is the closest to the spirit of Islamic law, because it leads to the generation of new ideas, the creation of positive changes, and the consolidation of a sense of collective responsibility.


    Leadership position components:
    There are at least three components that make up the situation you will face when making a decision about driving or driving styles. These components are:
    1. You - the leader.
    2. Your subordinates - they are the ones who will help in getting the required work.
    3. The situation itself - the goal to be achieved, and the work to be accomplished.


    Thinking about each of the elements prior to making a decision about leadership style is referred to as "position leadership", a theory developed by Dr. Fiedler's view that the most appropriate leadership style depends on the situation the leader is facing.
    Now let's take a simple look at each element of the leadership position.
    You: Your ability to influence your subordinates has a major impact on the output of the work to be accomplished. The greater your impact, the greater the likelihood of satisfactory outcomes. The more you know about them, the greater your ability to lead them. So you have to know your subordinates.


    • Your subordinates: from others you will not be a leader. The work will not be accomplished without them. Your strength is derived from them. Their needs must be taken care of. Educated, competent, and confident personnel will not respond well to a dictatorial leadership style. They are looking for the independence to demonstrate their ability to do business on their own. You should know their needs so you can motivate them and encourage them.
    Situation: In a business that allows individual decisions to be made, dictatorial leadership may be appropriate. On the other hand, for work that allows for creativity or in a place that requires the participation of all members in the work, democratic leadership may be appropriate. Knowing how and when to use the different leadership styles appropriate to the current situation is a sign of an experienced, educated supervisor or manager.
    Administrative Efficiency Scale:
    With this questionnaire, we can assess people to see their suitability for driving. The higher the number of grades an individual gets, the higher his leadership competence.
    1. Leadership: Some of them have distinctive talents for leadership, are the focus of attention around them, and often take center stage and are expected to advance to leadership in any work. On the other side, we find people who are satisfied with being subordinates who are not entrusted with tasks of any kind. Between these two types of people there are people with leadership abilities to varying degrees. Based on your observations of a particular person’s performance, how do you compare this person to his peers?
    First-class leader (5 points)
    Most often leader (4 points)
    Average leadership competency (3 points)
    Tends to be more submissive than driving (2 points)
     An instructor who does not deviate from the subordination (a point)

    2. Originality of thinking:

    Some people are independent and creative in their thinking, and they have "their own opinions" in most matters. They analyze and interpret matters and come up with original ideas and suggestions for approach to action. While there are others who do not have a share of that, and they often look for solutions to others, before they implement their thought, so let your estimate of the person depend on what he actually does.
    Authentic Extraordinary Thinking (5 points)
    More creative than the average person (4 points)
    At the level of most people (3 points)
    Tends to depend on others for thoughts (2 points)
    Does not show any desire for original thinking (point)


    3. The charm of personality:

    Some people have the ability to spread cheerfulness to those around them, while others leave a bad impression of arrogance and arrogance among those they meet. The owner of the personality is cheerfully welcomed everywhere, invitations come from every side, and his companions and acquaintances abound, while the individual character is rarely sought by people, and its owner is often neglected by others. What is required here is to evaluate the person in terms of his attitudes towards the flute and people's attitudes towards it.
    One of the most acceptable people in society to get used to and compose (5 points)
    Popularity (4 points)
    Moderate - moderately welcomed but not outstanding (3 points)
    Little Popularity (2 points)
    Leaves a bad impression on most people (points)
    4. Communication with people:

    Some people are able to speak in a manner that attracts the interest of others and to communicate their thoughts automatically and clearly, while on the contrary, there are those who speak slowly, hesitantly and in an unattractive way. And between them are people of varying degrees of ability to communicate and communicate with others. What is required here is to evaluate a person compared to others. Do people understand what he says quickly and easily? Do they listen to him easily and with fun when he speaks? Try to remember specific experiences with this.
    Excellent speaker (5 points)
    Above average in the ability to express and communicate ideas (4 points)
    At the level of the majority of people (3 points)
    Not a good speaker (2 points)
    Very low level of hadith (point)
    5. Honest and reliable:

    Some people are trusted by others. They are considered honest in all situations, and they are respected by everyone. The opposite image is the person who is dishonest and unreliable for anything. What is required is to study the candidate as you know him personally and based on what is known about him and to determine his position in the balance of confidence and power compared to those around him.
    Highly respected and trusted by people (5 points)
    • Among those who depend on them (4 points)
    At the level of the majority of people (3 points)
    Sometimes reliable (2 points)
    Unreliable (points)
    Points are collected by determining the competency of the person nominated to lead. You can submit this form to more than one person to answer it, and then collect the scores and extract the average.

    Magician leader

    What are the unique qualities that a leader possesses that distinguish him from others and make him an idol to his followers, whether that leader is political, military, religious, or in the field of work we are in? How can an executive director, for example, put his lasting impact and imprint on the methods of performance and all the work that is performed in his organization? and how to guide all employees towards one goal? Is there a secret in the way he talks to others, is he shrewd and dexterous in his behavior, or is he a constantly sexy personality?


    Perhaps it is these combined qualities that create this leader that I am talking about, and these qualities enable him to effectively influence others by fully integrating with them, whether it is his actual, emotional or rational presence among them? It is very necessary in the world of work that the leader is always present among his followers on one of the qualities you mentioned so that he can push them towards achieving the goal he wants and aspires to accomplish.


    A true understanding of the qualities required of this magical leader would undoubtedly make him a wonderful executive person able to lead his followers. Here, we must say that these qualities are not born with a person, but rather that he creates them himself, then he has them permanently and continuously, and among the most important of these qualities are:


    First:

    the way to act, and this includes the signals that the leader sends to others without talking to them. If he looks directly into their eyes or to any other place, or if he stands or remains sitting, or if he smiles or does not smile or shook hands with his followers warmly or not, all of these matters help to form the look of his followers and affect their leadership.
    Second:

    The ability to persuade others, we must here say that all ideas are useless if people are not persuaded and put to the test. And such leaders can simplify complex ideas and communicate them to their followers easily and easily so that they become understandable to the simplest members of the organization.
    Third:

    The ability to speak effectively. The leader may have many, many ideas, but he can arrange these ideas and present them to those who listen to him in a distinct easy way.
    Fourth: The ability to listen, despite the importance of active speaking, good listening sends a clear message to the speaker to respect the listener.
    Fifth:

    How to use space and time, despite this important element being neglected most of the time, the use of place as well as the appropriate time to guide people has great importance in communicating ideas and strengthening relationships between the leader and followers.
    Sixth:

    The ability to comprehend others, the ability to understand others and what is related to their personalities and aspirations enables the leader to deal with them well and easily direct them towards his goals that he wants to reach.
    Managers who are able to develop their ability according to the aforementioned points can undoubtedly be successful in most aspects of their lives, and the reason for this is that they are always in better contact with their followers.

    Managers who are able to develop their ability according to the aforementioned points can undoubtedly be successful in most aspects of their lives, and the reason for this is that they are always in better contact with their followers.


    Leadership and team work
    Wise leadership is the one who is able to lead others in order to achieve distinguished achievements and this type of leadership takes the lead in understanding the current situation and the developments that affect it. It is also able to understand what the future will be like by looking at it in a smart way and working to adapt it to serve its goals .
    If this leadership was unable to adapt the future to suit its plans, it created advanced methods and changed its plans to create better conditions for success. This type of leadership is future-proof, taking into account their achievements in the past. Like the driver, she looks forward most of the time, but turns around from time to time in the mirror to see what is behind him.
    This leadership is able, by all standards, to creativity and creation, and it is able to surround itself with people who are able to extend a helping hand and assistance to it at any time to complete the plans it has set. These people are the main pillar of leadership, and they are the teams that achieve success for them in particular and for the organization in which they work in general, as the greater goal of these teams takes precedence over the special goal of each member of the team.
    The presence of the teams reassures individuals, especially when they move out of the "comfort zone" in which they are accustomed to working inside. They feel comfortable and reassured as long as they are inside this area, and they feel a little anxious if they get out of it.
    Visionary leadership takes team members out of their comfort zone to train in unfamiliar conditions, actions and situations, fortify them with insight, broaden their horizons, and train to work more effectively with each other. Working outside the comfort zone poses a challenge to their emotions and their physical and mental ability as well.
    Some of the exercises and challenges that teams practice outside their comfort zone help team members understand each other and focus on how they can be most effective. Here, the teams seek to devise solutions to the tasks that they want to complete, and the members of the teams exchange opinions, formulate quick decisions, and are able to communicate quickly and effectively. Also, these exercises and challenges help develop new skills to solve problems as well as develop leadership skills for individuals.
    Challenges and exercises like these that teams practice outside their comfort zone help participants remove barriers and help for closer relationships and stronger communication between members. Among these exercises and challenges, for example, walking on ropes that reach a height of ten meters from the ground.
    There are other exercises and challenges that require the use of tools such as maps, compasses, and monitoring machines. The team must find a specific point five kilometers from their starting location. The teams in this type of exercises have to develop strategic planning of the stages of work to reach the required point. This exercise helps them with decision-making skills, clarity and transparency in communication and speaking, as well as the correct identification of resources that will help them reach the goal. This exercise strengthens participants' "team spirit" and the importance of each member of the team.
    We see from the foregoing that working within teams leads to:


    1. Achieve outstanding results for the individual, the team, and the organization.
    2. To develop trust, dedication and understanding among individuals.
    3. Realizing the energy stored in individuals and building trust between them.
    4. Developing the spirit of pride among individuals because of their achievements.
    5. Exercising a kind of excitement and joy to gain them knowledge from one another.
    6. Learning about teamwork with fun.