Effective Leadership:

Managerial Leadership

Inspirational Leadership

Encourage Extraordinary Performance from Your People

 

 

"No person can be a great leader unless he takes genuine joy in the success of those under him."   W. A. Nanc

 

                  

Inspiring Culture Shared Values Corporate Vision, Mission, and Goals Continuous Innovation Innovation-friendly Organization Inspirational Leadership: 10 Roles Vadim Kotelnikov Quotes Business e-Coach: Graphic Maps Inspiring People INSPIRING CORPORATE CULTURE: Shared Values, Inspiring Vision, Inspirational Leadership, Inspirational Environment, Relentless Innovation
 

 

Creative Leadership DOs and DON'Ts

10 Commandments of Innovation

  • Inspire Your Team. Inspire, empower, and energize people... More

10 Lessons from Konosuke Matsushita

for Corporate Leaders

  • Dreams Should Be Shared: Matsushita became known as the "manager who talked about his dreams,"  He took every opportunity to inform his employees of his plans and dreams for the company's future. It was those dreams that directed and inspired the people who worked for him... More

Matsushita's 7 Core Principles of Management

Why Inspirational Leadership?

Do you want to encourage extraordinary performance from your people? Do you want them to do great things?

If yes, then you must create an inspiring corporate culture that inspires, empowers and energizes them.

People do what they have to do for a manager, they do their best for an inspirational leader.

Leadership vs. Management

Leadership-Management Synergy

Inspirational leaders supply a shared vision and inspire people to achieve more than they may ever have dreamed possible. People change when they are emotionally engaged and committed.

Tips for Making the Vision a Reality

12 Major Causes of Failure in Leadership

Inspirational leaders create 'can-do' attitude and make business fun. They unlock inner power of their people and sustain their commitment. They inspire, energize and move people. They build corporate communities in which people feel valued, capable, confident and strong.

They inspire team members to believe in the extraordinary work they can do together.

To inspire, you must both create resonance and move people with a compelling vision. You must embody what you ask of others, and be able to articulate a shared vision in a way that inspires others to act. You must offer a sense of common purpose beyond the day-to-day tasks, making work exciting, advises Steve Farber.1

  Major Leadership Schools: Correlation

10 Roles of a Inspirational Leader

  1. Provide an inspiring vision and strategic alignment, launch a crusade

  2. Help people connect their personal goals to business goals

  3. Motivate, inspire and energize people, recognize achievements... More

Energize Others

Become a Motivational Leader

To become a motivational leader, you start with motivating yourself. You motivate yourself with a big vision, and as you move progressively toward its realization, you motivate and enthuse others to work with you to fulfill that vision... More

12 Leadership Roles

 

 

 
   

 

 

References:

  1. The Radical Leap, Steve Farber