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What we want from leaders at e-Jan

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Upon interacting with people, we have a tendency of remembering things.

Three things we tend to forget:

  • Appreciate to the things what the person did for you.
  • Things what you did for them in return.
  • Things what you might have put them in trouble.

Two things we tend to remember:

  • Things that the person caused you in trouble.
  • Things the person did not do for you.

To "remember" or recoup the real relationship with the person, you must adjust your memory. Focus on the three things you tend to forget, and do not think about the things you tend to remember. By doing so to the person, maybe for five minutes a day, is what I want leaders of e-Jan to make it a routine. DR (Daily Report) is the place for that. By doing so, leaders can learn to create better groups, making them better every day.

http://blogs.itmedia.co.jp/shiro/2015/08/three_good_questions_and_two_bad_questions_to_ask_yourself.html

As a result, a good leader can:

  • create a right environment so that the group members can perform better.
  • encourage the group members to enjoy their work.
  • motivate the group members by defining reasons and values of their work.
  • suggest answers by listening to what the group members say.
  • avoid convincing by talking too much.
  • avoid commanding.

A right environment is where everyone having the feeling of contribution, enjoying their work and life, and being acknowledged.

Don't forget that leaders are always asked the flollowing three questions from the followers:

  • Can I trust you?
  • Do you care about me?
  • Are you committed to our success?
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