Leader

Successful leaders inspire a team to make their company the best in the business. They are intellectual and innovative thinkers who get the job done. They need to identify the need for change and must know how to push a group of people to work hard. 

There’s a lot you can learn from successful business leaders, which you can take forwards in your role at work. Many leaders have similar strengths that push them to effectively run a company. You can learn from them and be successful, do you have what it takes? 

Stick to Set Goals

Leaders are great at setting personal and team goals. ESTJ personality types are great at completing tasks and are often the leaders in companies. ESTJ meaning extraverted, sensing, thinking, judging, which means they have brilliant organisational skills.

Learn from this personality type by organising yourself and meeting goals. Completing goals boosts your own and your team’s morale, as it will encourage others to better themselves. So, start with small goals and build them up to increase confidence.

Be Effective at Communicating 

A leader has brilliant communication skills as they can smoothly run a team with few complications. They are clear at explaining themselves and quick to understand others. To help, we recommend you run an ideas meeting and talk to your peers when project managing.

A good place to start is to work on being approachable and involve people on different levels. This will help bring in new ideas. A likable leader is key in boosting the team’s confidence in themselves and your leadership. 

Take Responsibility 

Business is never clear sailing, and problems often arise. The leader must take responsibility without overwhelming or intimidating employees.  They should know the proper procedures in fixing a business or personal problem. 

Learn from this trait by knowing what your responsibilities are and the power you have within your team. You can even take on more responsibility, which can result in promotions. People admire those who take accountability as it shows that you’re trustworthy. 

Be Optimistic

To think about a better future and a creative way to jump over hurdles is crucial in leadership. Optimism and confidence will reassure the team and help a leader find a solution to a difficult situation. 

Become optimistic by seeing beyond the bad times and picturing a better future within the company. Your optimism and enthusiasm will spread throughout the team and encourage everyone to be more positive, which will create new ideas.

An Openness to Feedback

Criticism can be hard to take, but as a leader, it’s important to take on feedback and adapt your behaviour. Leaders are open to feedback and won’t be personally offended, instead they’ll improve themselves for their team.

A way to do this is to conduct anonymous surveys about your leadership so that employees can openly discuss problems and changes they want from you. This will be crucial to your growth and turn you into a successful leader.