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Outstanding leadership is that leaders always work for the people / Or Manor 31.12.2022

Our ability to succeed in a moment of crisis is built on mutual help and Leadership in times of crisis. It is no secret that there is a crisis in the market; many of my friends who are seniors in their field are looking for the next position or are forced to fire employees. In times of crisis, leaders must connect, motivate and inspire others and show genuine compassion. Humility and responsibility are fundamental values that make a difference. Calm during the storm - Working rationally, overcoming the natural tendency to be reactive and act defensively. Leaders must analyze the new reality, adjust their mental models, evaluate the possibilities, make decisions, and only then act.

Teamwork - Any harmful risks associated with making a quick decision during a crisis can be significantly reduced by remembering that you don't necessarily have to do it alone.

New leadership: engaging in the hearts and minds of people: leaders who develop skills to develop people's potential, mobilize collective wisdom and lead collaborative, innovative solutions to drive change.

In times of crisis, influential business leaders need to be even more attentive to the ideas and feelings of their collaborators. Through teamwork, CEOs seek and test solutions. In return, they provide the direction and authority their team seeks. But they must also provide empathy and sympathy for ongoing challenges.

Good CEOs demonstrate this human touch by recognizing the unprecedented nature of the situation and changing working conditions. They make themselves more available to the organization, provide support and advice, and communicate with warmth and humor. Above all, they demonstrate optimism and confidence. A crisis can be controlled by working together. Leave no one behind.

In the video I attached below, Simon Sink emphasizes that the most important lesson of great leadership is that leaders always work for the people.

Simon Sink is a world-renowned speaker and the author of two books: the global bestseller Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action and Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together, and Others Don't. Simon dedicates his life to sharing his thinking to help other leaders and organizations inspire action.

Real work on understanding your strengths and weaknesses and recognizing the strengths and weaknesses of others can only be possible through conscious listening. I can share that conscious listening was a real obstacle for me for several years until the moment I realized that it had to change on my side. Inclusive listening, which does not plan the response, is connected to the person in front of you.

🕎In honor of Hannuka-Holiday of Light, Please take advantage of this post to share open positions or share if you are looking for the next position. Please pay attention to the people around you and take the meaning of this holiday to be the light to your environment. Happy holidays!

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