Education Information: Cardiff achieves ‘Champion’ status for gender equality in physics  |  Parent Interventions: Online survey to assess needs of children and young people with cancer   |  Parent Interventions: Study links severe childhood deprivation to difficulties in adulthood  |  Parent Interventions: New study aims to learn the lessons of homeschooling  |  Teacher Insights: Using e-learning to raise biosecurity awareness  |  National Edu News: Science and Technology in finding solutions to combat COVID-19  |  National Edu News: Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat programme  |  Health Monitor: Beware of Hepatitis D, It can Lead to Hepatocellular Carcinoma  |  Teacher Insights: Education project to understand Birmingham learning at home during COVID-19  |  Education Information: UoG launches new onlines to meet some of the challenges of Covid-19  |  Teacher Insights: Professor Woolfson awarded Humboldt Research Prize  |  Parent Interventions: Parents paying heavy price for lockdown  |  Teacher Insights: Great Science Share brings science investigations into homes  |  Education Information: App will reduce high risk of falls during and after Lockdown  |  Education Information: University of Manchester to decarbonise its investment portfolio  |  
April 02, 2018 Monday 04:10:57 PM IST

Mistakes Every Leader Makes!

Leadership Instincts

Nobody is perfect and we all agree that "to err is human". Yet, a mistake made by a leader is ten times worse than that by the teammate. Here are some of the mistakes that are commonly made by leaders.

*Not standing up for the team:

A leader should stand up for the team, no matter how dreadful the situation be.

*Not knowing how to say "No":

Democracy is good. But, "too much of anything" will spoil the charm.  A leader should know where and when to say 'No'. 

*Surprise meetings:

Meetings called up without a proper agenda will be nothing but a complete wastage of time.

*No proper monitoring:

Without proper monitoring, all the planned projects will remain in incubators. A good leader is a good team manager.

*Not accepting the change:

A good leader should be flexible.

*Not accepting the mistake:

A leader should be always ready t accept his mistakes. But should be clever enough not to make the same mistake again.