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Leadership by Using Individual Psychology to Develop a Strong Team
Skosana, HR Consultant, South Africa, Member
Effective leaders understand the psyche of their teams. Those who struggle tend to be technically focused and think they can succeed without winning people over.
Technical skills are important, but you need motivated and committed people for it to work. The individual psychology is important to understand the persons strengths, weaknesses, desires, motivators and demotivating factors. By understanding those, the leader is best suited to channel the work effectively to each team member and get productivity out of them.
This will have to be done through authentic and honest conversations. Through the leader's commitment to develop, mentor and coach individuals and appreciating diversity of mind, thoughts and ideas.
 

 
Caring Leaders with a Result Focus
Mumtaz Uddin Ahmed, Management Consultant, Pakistan, Member
Leadership is the mean of cooperation, support, motivation, and delegation with confidence in the team members' actions and strength.
An ideal leader cares for his team members with a focus on on timely goal achievement along with team skill buildup and attraction.
 

 
Managing by Using Individual Psychology to Develop a Strong Team
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Yes, see also my article "Trillion Dollar Coach: Lessons for Managers by Google's Schmidt, Rosenberg and Eagle" which offers more tips on how to accomplish this.
 

     
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