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How to Lead Smart People

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Arun Singh

Intelligent people seek understanding, challenge, and participation in the process. As opposed to taking control of the company's future or the bulk of the work, brilliant leaders learn how to leverage their employees' strengths, delegate tasks, and empathize with their problems. Give recognition. Gratitude is important. To maintain good performance, talented employees require praise regularly. Try to encourage and appreciate positive behavior and actions at work. Every time you give negative feedback, give five positive ones.

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This book provides practical guidance for leaders in today's shifting global environment. These bites will help leaders foster a team dynamic that inspires and challenges their employees.

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Intelligent people seek understanding, challenge, and participation in the process. As opposed to taking control of the company's future or the bulk of the work, brilliant leaders learn how to leverage their employees' strengths, delegate tasks, and empathize with their problems. Give recognition. Gratitude is important. To maintain good performance, talented employees require praise regularly. Try to encourage and appreciate positive behavior and actions at work. Every time you give negative feedback, give five positive ones.

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Set a plan and delegate tasks to empower your team.

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Wise decision-makers consider others' viewpoints.

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Visionary leaders embrace cultural diversity.

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Make a mentor or reverse mentor connection.

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Engage all employees in the firm's future vision.

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