In times of uncertainty, the world needs leaders who can inspire themselves and others to do what they never thought possible.
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The opinions of the employees of You are personal.
Imagine if you could make a real difference in your life and that of other people. In times of uncertainty, this is exactly what the world needs: leaders who can inspire themselves and others to achieve what they never thought possible.
This requires constant work and concentration. While there are some people who are leaders by nature, few are. The most successful organizations have done their job and learned the art of leadership by making the most of their talents and spending time learning the skills they needed to achieve their goals.
What skills am I talking about? Communicate, connect, convince and strengthen. Great leaders know they don’t have all the answers. Because of this, they have developed the ability to receive feedback from their employees in order to get the most out of each one for the benefit of all. In this way, they overcome setbacks and form inspired teams.
The September issue of mag21 makes us realize the value people have and how they can achieve cohesion between the different generations (baby boomers, generation X, millennials and centennials) who work in the workplace today. The suggestion is that we learn to identify each individual’s mindset and see this diversity as a strength to build leadership initiatives for our company.
Professionals say that as a leader, you can channel that diversity and provoke innovation by focusing on what people share, what the purpose of the company is. Managing different viewpoints is challenging, but once you analyze how each generation communicates and what their motivators are, the task becomes easier and the reward greater.
Maybe you think it’s complicated and I know that at some point you will wonder if you will be able to achieve the goals and move your team forward. As the experts point out, the work begins with you. As you read this issue of and find a way to improve your business, you’ve already taken the first step.
Robin Sharma says in his book The leader who had no position (Random House Mondadori, 2010), “Leadership is also about believing in yourself when no one believes in you”. I invite you to keep believing.