You learn to listen instead of speaking.
You learn to make fast intelligent decisions.
You learn from someone who is a great leader.
You learn to be fair, efficient and how to earn respect from the ones you lead. If you truly have the respect of those you lead, the rest is easy.
by Foram 7 years ago
Any person who worked directly under another person knows that almost all people have good days and bad days. Nothing but most believe that logic. We all sometimes get on the wrong side of the bed. In fact, however, may have very little these days and should do wrong should never be at work,...
by Simone Haruko Smith 5 years ago
How can one develop strong business skills? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)What sorts of things can people do to successfully develop their careers? What important business skills are worth working on? And how can one work professionalism into the increasingly treacherous world of informal social media...
by Janis Leslie Evans 2 years ago
Has the Secret Service lost respect for the Presidential detail?Too many incidents have occurred involving Secret Service details. Have the agents become lax due to poor training and resources, lack of leadership or lax in their regard and respect for the current president?
by Evan McKenzie 12 months ago
Can there be True leaders who,lead selflessly for the greater good and not for personal reason?Both in public and private member organizations leaders seems to make the organization their own, for more than 95% of them they are unable to lead if they cannot dominate, what seems to happen is that...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
How to gain respect from others?
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