WELCOME TO CHAPTER 9:
"ART OF LEADERSHIP"
"Art of Leadership" is the ninth chapter of the Diplomatic Planner. The series will take you through strategies on how to be an effective leader when rutted with pitfalls, unfavourable decisions to make, and difficult people to work with. As a leader, you will have to make difficult or unpopular decisions, or maintain positivity when you don't believe in the cause. You will learn to balance various personalities, time constraints and external pressures, and develop resilience when dealing with failures. You will also identify the differences between a "boss" and leader, gain insights into breakaways from bad habits and perfectionist routines, and choose a good team and delegating tasks.
By the end of the chapter, you will gain insight how to break away from bad habits and perfectionist routines, maximise your resources, and how to form decisions both unitarily and democratically.
KEY FOCUS: Breaking perfectionist habits and mindset, maximising resources, task delegation, building a team and identifying strengths within it, enhancing team cohesiveness, making difficult decisions
KEY RESOURCE: Boss or leader, breaking perfection, leadership growth, art of delegation, decision-making process
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