13 Jan

What It Takes To Be A Leader?


We all know at least few people who have a great title with their names- ‘Leader’. These can be people who are working as a CEO or a GM in a huge multinational company or an owner of a small or mediocre company. The positions they hold and their identity as a leader fascinate us all but we have to understand what is behind the title-‘Leader’.

We need to figure out if these people real leaders – in its true essence. A true leader possesses certain qualities that make her/him a leader. The internationally fame Life Coach Jasmin Waldmann says, a true leader is a person who interacts with his team in a gentle yet affirmative way. Aside with the ‘want-to-be leaders’ (or people who have only the title “leader”) – because the duty of a leader is not to dominate others, dictate them what to do or show them the own powerful position and misusing it.

So let us see what makes a person a real leader. A leader gives enough space and time to act has different and innovative ways and gives control to her/his team. She/he trusts them and always stands by their side to provide the necessary support, if required.

The boys are made to believe from a tender age that if they cry, they will exhibit their weakness in front of the people. These boys grow into men but they are still influenced by the teachings of their young age. They still believe that they are not supposed to cry for any reason as crying is the validation of being frail and feeble. People tell them that crying is a weak and girlish thing and, they being men should not shed tears on every petty issue. If they do so, they are not strong enough to be a man.

The German Coach Jasmin Waldmann appeals that a boy / man should express his emotions whatever they are- whether good or bad. He should never hesitate in doing so because it is very important for the mental well-being of him as an individual. Men should understand that crying is not at all about being weak but it is actually the genuine emotions of their heart that they need to vent. As a person, we should also stand by them in their plight and should not ridicule them for crying. Showing emotions, managing them shows so much strength and power – either laughter or crying.

Read also: Life Coaching-The Key to Managing Stress in Your Life

Jasmin Waldmann is a well renowned international Life Coach. She guides people of any age, occupations, gender or nationality to work on their charisma, inner balance, guide how to become more successful and boost mental and physical health – and this counts for business and private life. Jasmin helps in a team-character way to a life full of joy and satisfaction.

Share your feedback, questions, experiences and suggestions to office@jasminwaldmann.com and read more articles here: www.jasminwaldmann.com/blog

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