Challenging The mission
Good leaders thrive on adversities and difficult situations and learn from them. They are inclined to risk-taking and view failure as an opportunity to realize and innovate. They do not look at their or their team members’ failures as a product of inability or bad performance.
Dr. Ibekwe Akuwudike Lawrence
People are truly motivated by ideas capturing their imagination, and not necessarily by reward or fear. Strong leaders think futuristically and strive to energize others by enthusiasm, emotion, and passion. They seek bringing people on board who have a sense for this shared goal. This is generally considered as a very effective leadership style.
Mr. Fidel Wilson O'Neil
Good leaders are early adopters. They are constantly on the lookout for things that seem to work – at least in their eyes – and then improve on them. They don’t care what others would think if they are very sure of what they are doing. This basically indicates a good leader shouldn’t be content with ‘business as usual’.
MR NWOKORO EZENWA
As a leader, it’s important you constantly seek challenging prospects to metamorphose, develop, innovate, and enhance at an organizational and personal level. Regularly experiment, take risks, and motivate others to do the same. Build a culture wherein people believe mistakes are pure steppingstones. Even things that seem to work fine in your organization may have inherent issues. You need to identify and rectify them before they spin their own web and cause trouble.
Public Relation /
Assist . Secretary
Engr. George Omorodion lduhon
Great leaders build a vision of an enabling and uplifting future where people feel invigorated by the team or organization vision. They recruit others in this shared vision by calling upon their interests, hopes, values and dreams. If your collaborators or team members cannot recollect your organization’s mission, a lack of communication is to blame.
High Chief (Barrister) Ignatius Ejike Obidike
Lead by example and encourage others to do the same.
Leaders do not want to do it all by themselves – they achieve outcomes through others. And to get that done, encouragement alone isn’t enough. People should feel they could act upon things and must be supported to implement their ideas. Relationship-based and collaborative work is key to success.
Mr. Timothy O. Asotie
Being the leader, you should foster collaboration by propagating co-operative objects and creating trust between team members and leaders. You must bolster others by sharing power and information and by boosting their visibility and discretion.
Social and Events Officer
Mr. James .E. Onuegbu
People usually do not go by what their leaders say, but by the things that they do day in and day out. Great leaders must first demonstrate the “preferred” approach.
M/S Ehigiator Esohe
Group of people drinking wine together and celebrating small victories boosts team morale.. In other words, if you are in a fundraising campaign, you should donate to the cause yourself first before seeking donations from others.
Officer without portfolio
Chief Valentine .I. Nwodo
People perform at their very best when they put their hearts and souls into the task.
Officer without portfolio
Mr. Charles Onuorah
Good leaders unleash their followers’ enthusiasm with passion-filled anecdotes and personal stories of success.
Mr. Henry Ngadiuba
Philosophy studies the problem to be resolved. Creativity and rationality seek the solution. Logical thinking materializes the solution.