Leading others

 

 If we accept that the art of leading others is about them rather than us, therefore it follows that leadership also means we lose our right to be selfish. When we abandon our highest priority, we lose our way and people suffer. As such those of us that are entrusted with the custody of the leadership office need to always:

•             Consider our actions and take care to avoid contradiction with the vision we champion

•             That we work smart to ensure results in key areas of business

•             Spend funds wisely and in areas that bring the best return

•             Always feel dissatisfied in our production and thereby constantly challenge ourselves to do better

When leaders and people fail to maintain proper priorities, disappointment always results.

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About Tebogo Molapisane

I specialize in talent management with a sole purpose of producing leaders in all areas I'm involved in at the same time turning work groups into high performance teams. I have worked in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Insurance, Retail Banking, Mass Affluent and Private Banking, Banking Operations and Retail Financial Services. I choose the method of executive coaching to co-create and implement within the teams I have led. A graduate of the University of Cape Town, I further studied Gordon Institite of Business Science as well as Rotterdam School of Business, The Netherlands.

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