There are few things more important in running a successful business than having strong leadership skills. Few executives rise to the top of the corporate ladder unless they have the necessary skills to engage, direct, and motivate those who are working for them. These skills are not something that can be generated overnight, but they are crucial for any company hoping to compete in the new globalized economy. Business who want to improve revenue potential rely on top leadership experts in order to streamline their operations, minimize spending, and build a reputation for themselves as a reliable business.
According to Dr. Maurice Antoine Roussety (on AuthorStream), this is an unprecedented time for international businesses and other organizations to greatly improve their potential revenue and active markets. Dr. Maurice Roussety is an expert on finance and marketing. He holds an undergraduate degree from Monash University in Economics. A Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Leadership from the University of New England in New South Wales, as well as a Ph.D. in intellectual property and franchise-business valuation from Griffith University in Queensland. He is a world-renowned business analyst and strategist in Australia, and has been working as a professional consultant, speaker, and businessman throughout his career.
When it comes to professional leadership—or any other type of leadership for that matter—the key is to strike a balance in your relationships with the people you are leading. Having a closer personal connection to your subordinates helps to build trust, allows you to recognize strengths and weaknesses, and makes people more willing to work for you. At the same time, a leader needs to be separate from their colleagues. They often have to ask them to do unpleasant things; they need to be hard on them; they have to push for more results and more efficient workflow. In short, a leader is often the person who can most easily strike this balance and motivate their colleagues to better themselves through compassion and positive reinforcement.
For Dr. Maurice Antoine Roussety, redefining leadership in a global environment is something that he believes all leaders in their industry should be thinking about. The global market exploded with the introduction of the internet and other rapid forms of communication. Now, however, the world of business will start to shrink because of the ease that professionals have in creating new businesses.