Effective leaders recognize that what they know is very little in comparison to what they still need to learn. To be more proficient in pursuing and achieving objectives, management must be open to new ideas, insights, and revelations that can lead to better ways to accomplishing goals. This continuous learning process can be exercised, in particular, through engaging yourself in a constant dialogue with your peers, advisers, consultants, team members, suppliers, customers, and competitors.
Leading others is not simply a matter of style, or following some how-to guides or recipes. The ineffectiveness of leaders seldom results from a lack of know-how or how-to, nor is it typically due to inadequate managerial skills. Leadership is even not about creating a great vision. It is about creating conditions under which all your followers can perform independently and effectively toward a common objective.
Our motto at Equilibrium is to “Find Balance in Everything We Do”, so our leadership must be balanced with work and community. These attributes allow us to aid in the contribution of delivering on corporate responsibility within our own organization and set a model for others to follow.
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