A Five-Step Plan for Making Yourself a Leader Today’s Workers Will Follow

In Career Guidance, Psychology for Managing People, Leadership Resources by Steve Sliwa

Excerpt from The New Psychology for Managing People
by Mortimer R. Feinberg et al.

  1. You decide what is to be done and make your decision clear to the group.
  2. You structure the jobs of subordinates so that they can see the track they have to run on.
  3. You let people know how they are doing, frankly and fully, at all times.
  4. You say NO clearly and forcefully when a no is called for.
  5. You seek your people out to discover what they are thinking.
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