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Leader should understand people’s perception: Dy CM

Leader should understand  people’s perception: Dy CM
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Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Higher Education C Damodar Rajanarasimha has strongly felt the need to develop more leaders with dynamism in the present days. Inaugurating a round-table conference on Art and Science of Leadership Development here on Friday, he said the art of leadership is an inbuilt one whereas the science of leadership is nurturing the inner potential to become a successful leader.

Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Higher Education C Damodar Rajanarasimha has strongly felt the need to develop more leaders with dynamism in the present days. Inaugurating a round-table conference on Art and Science of Leadership Development here on Friday, he said the art of leadership is an inbuilt one whereas the science of leadership is nurturing the inner potential to become a successful leader.
Stating that strategic planning, leading people, managing change, resourcefulness, being a quick learner and doing whatever it takes were important competencies, he opined that if any individual acquires these things, he would become a universally acceptable and successful leader. Dwelling upon these traits, he said a leader should have a vision and a passion to realise his vision. “ He or she should be transparent, creative, coach and mentor the team.
Above all, change management is a vital issue. A leader should understand the people’s perception first and not imposing his personal views. He or she should be people sensitive and able to influence others significantly to implement initiatives” he suggested. He listed some qualities such as collaboration of thought process, aligning of strategies, inspiring commitment, executing goals, emotional balance and decisiveness that a person should possess to become a leader.
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