“For our class this Monday we’ll have a CHEERDANCE COMPETITION!”
I have no idea what our History teacher smoked that week, but that was the assignment he gave us.
Kamakailan lang nanghingi ng ilang lessons tungkol sa mga natutunan ko sa ilang taon ko bilang isang Team Leader ang isa sa mga managers namin, at hiningi rin niya ang ilan mga natutunan ko sa mga librong nabasa ko.
Hindi ko sasabihing expert ako at alam ko ang lahat ng management and leadership skills sa mundo, pero naisip ko lang…
Marami sa natutunan ko mula sa mga karanasan ko at sa mga nabasa ko (sa mga librong isinulat ng mga magagaling na leader at manager) ay makakatulong sa mga nagsisimula pa lang.
Ang isang malaking bahagi ng pagiging isang Leader ay ang succession at coaching (o pagturo sa mga kasunod natin), at responsibilidad nating ituro ang mga nalalaman natin sa mga mangangailangan nito.
Masayang maging Leader, at ito ang ilang mga aral na ibabahagi ko sa iyo.
By my last count, I’ve read over 100 books and each one contained precious bits of wisdom that I use (consciously or not) to this day. I may not remember most of what’s written in those books, but they had all been valuable.
I’ve written an earlier blog about how valuable great books are (see “From Books to Riches”), and I’ll say it here again.
Remember: You can achieve ANYTHING you want in life… ONLY when you LEARNED how to do it.
Just recently some of the managers in our company told me to write about what I’ve learned during my few years as a Team Leader, as well as the lessons I’ve learned from the leadership books I’ve read.
Now, I won’t claim to be an expert with all the management and leadership skills in the world, but I was thinking…
Many of what I’ve learned from my experiences and what I’ve read (books written by great leaders and managers) can and WILL help those who are just starting out.
One major part of a Leader’s job is succession and coaching, and it’s our job to teach what we know to everyone who’ll need it.
Being a Leader is fun, I can tell you that, and here are a few short lessons I want to share with you.