Effective leadership is a crucial attribute that many managers lack despite their job title. True leaders are able to instill trust, provide direction, and delegate responsibility amongst team members. Effective leaders create results, attain goals, realize mission, and other objectives more quickly and at a higher level of quality.They generate higher productivity, lower costs, and more opportunities than others.
Effective leaders are persons with a passion for a cause that is larger than they are. Someone with a dream and a vision that will better society, or at least, some portion of it. They encouragea high-performance mindset while creating a culture whose foundation promotes teamwork and competitiveness for the betterment of a whole.

Key words

effective leadership,leadership skills,managers,teamwork, competitiveness.

JEL Codes: М10, М19


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