Changing Aspects of Leadership

In last two decades there has been an evolution in the characteristics of business leaders and the way they think about their organizations, staffs, sectors and even themselves. If one compares the success journey of a business leaders just 10 years ago with what makes them successful today, one will easily notice some changes. Below are some major characteristics which can be seen in every best performing leader’s leadership and should be acquired by every leader-

A clear Vision

Today organization’s success comprises both customers and employees. For a CEO, it is important to unite associates and investors with a clear perspective to energize them to work for business. Employees want to be part of something great and purposeful and want to see how their actions contribute.

A Cooperative Work Culture

Investing in work culture is a key way to attract and retain the right talent. A decade ago, especially when the economy stammered, the way many administrators talked about their organizations’ teams was almost as if people had no other options. In present, the scenario has changed and now employees are free for their choices. It’s essential than ever for organizations to craft a work culture that appeals to the type of employee who will drive business forward.

Embracing Others’ Opinion

A leader should embrace others feedback no matter good or bad because it drives transparency. It signals where organization may need to focus its attention. An open environment where everyone can celebrate the successes and learn from the failures is necessary for personal growth.

Challenging Own Perspective

To learn something new every day one must surround him/her with people who push for more clarity and offering different point of view. This source of advice should come from both internal teams and fellow outside the company.

Understand the Business

Top executives are no longer limited to their board meetings and company’s success events. The business arena has been changed, one has to be prepared with every information and data about the business, board and leadership teams as well.

A best performing CEO’s role is still to offer bold and strategic decisions. But leaders have to understand about the significance of guidance and to keep up with the data-driven competition.

CEOs who believe in unilateral decision making with little accountability will fail in today’s workplace and economy. Of course as a CEO their primary responsibility is to be the chief strategic decision-maker but it should involve others opinion, support and participation.

In this issue, we have success stories of some exceptional business leaders who have accelerated business processes and shown their efficiency during unique times.

Also, while flipping the pages, don’t forget to go through the articles and CXOs written by our in-house editorial team and industry experts respectively.

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