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I learned that the primary objective of a leader is to inspire! 

The key is to be both and know which project/assignment will require a little more than the other. This is done through work study of your time in both positions. 

Most companies want both a manager and a leader in one. This is where it is difficult as both of these positions require different skills and competencies. 

Understanding management and leadership skills. There is a difference between the two!

Always look at what you are doing well and limit your focus on what is going wrong. This motivates the team to see more opportunities to improve rather than seeing what we are doing wrong. 

Not everyone can be a leader, it takes patience, knowledge and unbiased opinions

Effective communication is key to building strong relationships with our colleagues, whether they are our subordinates, peers, or superiors. By establishing rapport, we can foster trust and break down barriers that hinder productivity. Moreover, good communication skills help us navigate conflicts and resolve issues that may arise in the workplace.

Listen to understand, not to speak. Speak to express and not to impress. 

Acknowledging the significance of self-awareness and effective leadership is essential. Recognizing oneself is a crucial step for personal and professional development. This process involves comprehending and accepting one's emotions, strengths, weaknesses, and values without bias or judgment.

My experience has taught me that effective leadership requires an authentic situational leadership style and strong emotional intelligence. A leader's ability to connect with employees on an emotional level can significantly impact their engagement and productivity. Prioritizing emotional intelligence in leadership style can help build and maintain strong employee relationships, contributing positively to the overall success of the organization.

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