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What kind of a leader are you?

Are you a transactional or transformational leader?

We are constantly reminded about the New World, New Consumer, New Traveler, New Mindset but what are the new employees expecting from their leaders?

Let us discuss what the expectations and attributes of new leadership are before you answer this question.

The power of ownership is in team culture, including your team when discussing your company's future

Trust your team, define their job responsibilities and your expectations of them and let them do what you asked them to do. What you focus on expands.

A Good work environment and infrastructure are essential contributors in improving efficiency and productivity.

Provide feedback to your team, be positive, give praise and constructive criticism

Appreciation is the best method of improving work motivation and employee engagement. Employees thrive and would rather work in an environment of appreciation than get a pay rise.

What are the New expectations of leadership? 1. Radical adaptability 2. Develop an emotional connection to your employees 3. Leaders must move on from overload to share load so all on your team can assist with future growth 4. Great leaders lead an rituals, new contracts, new behavior, habits and practices 5. New Leaders should have a vision with strategy 6. Create the right space and mindset and fill the working environment with hope and positivity 7. As a leader do you speak candidly and courageously? 8. Are you instilling a culture of collaboration among your team so as to get value from them? 9. Are all team members accountable and committed? 10. Are we encouraging mentorship among team members, so we lift and empower each other

Sreejith Krishnan explains the 10 c's of leadership

1. CLARITY....let your team know why and what they are doing, share your vision and their contribution to the vision and success of the business. People want to have clarity so they are more engaged in their work and tasks. Clarity of purpose 2. COMMUNICATE ....clear instructions , most effective way , listen actively, provide constructive criticisms, most conflict in the workplace is because of no communication or poor communication. 3. CONNECT.. connect and engage with your employee both on a professional and personal level., they will feel valued 4. COMPLIMENT ... Never forget to compliment an employee, they are the biggest asset in your business and they need to be appreciated 5. CHALLENGE.. give them intellectually stimulating challenges, a good leader gives the right tasks to the right employees at the right time. 6. CELEBRATE ..celebrate good and bad, small and big achievements with your team, make them feel engaged. Celebrate life achievements of employees 7. COLLABORATE ...Assign teams to work together, encourage team building. Everyone enjoys social contact with each other 8. COACH .... Coach your team with their professional and personal goals, mentor them and help them achieve their goals 9. CALM .... a great manager/leader shows grace under pressure, don't lose your cool. Be emotionally intelligent 10.CARE ... be concerned, see them as real people with emotions. Deepak Chopra discusses leadership through the following acronym L - look and listen through soul, heart and emotions E - emotional bonding A - awareness D - dare to dream a new reality and do it E - empowerment and sharing a vision R - responsibilities S - synchronicity ( opportunity meets preparedness) A transactional leader will stunt growth, creativity and innovation As a leader you should constantly be reviewing how you manage relationships and refine your approach to relationships, as it is how your message is received by others and not always the message you intended. Good leaders will be the "boat" that will transport your team to either pain or pleasure Island, and you as the leader will determine the destination. We all have to work together to gain success....My Success is Your success Again I ask, Are you a transactional or transformational leader?

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