Fully Responsible for the Company’s Failures
A leader takes full responsibility for everything that happens to his company. In the concept of ‘Serve to Lead’, a leader must have a ‘wild’ instinct towards every opportunity. But keep caring and caring for their employees. Not much, but believe me such leaders do exist. They are categorized as great leaders who are willing to make personal sacrifices and accept responsibility for organizational failures. They put the interests of the common good – their stakeholders as a whole in general before theirs.
A good leader has qualities like confidence, commitment, passion, good communication, and leadership skills but a great leader focuses beyond all of these. They adopted a ‘no excuses and accept mistakes’ approach to successfully transiting a group of individuals collectively to a successful professional team. They lead by example!
In challenging adverse business situations when things go wrong, instead of playing the blame game of circumstances and other factors, great leaders take 100% personal responsibility by accepting that all mistakes are theirs and choosing to overcome adversity and take sole accountability (even financially) to correct confusion.
Trust me, only after that, they can find solutions, solve problems and within a few years they can take their company to the pinnacle of achievement. Great leaders accept there is a problem, have a problem, try to find some solutions but choose the most suitable one, apply it and make sure that they don’t repeat the same mistake twice.
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There’s one important skill that distinguishes dynamic leaders from an average one — it’s their affirmative ability to take risks. There is a direct positive relationship between risk-bearing and entrepreneurship. Successful entrepreneurship is about identifying your passions, taking rational risks and exploring opportunities that no one else sees. Risk-taking encourages you to think and act outside your comfort zone without which you become torpid, conventional and content.
Fear of change, failure, not being good enough, incompetence, uncertainty, rejection, being judged are some of the reasons why people avoid taking risks but not taking risks is the greatest risk of all in life. Risk takers are not random gamblers. Taking calculated risks that are reasonable, reasonable and rational are essential to achieving your desired goals.