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作者:www.ruishiye.com  时间:2018-04-15
      How to be a leader
     Being considered a leader in our society is the ultimate『最高的;极至的』bestows1 『把…赠予;把…给予』 power, 『赢得;博得』 respect and, most important, fosters 『促进;培养』 achievement. Unlike vitamins, though, leadership skills can't be easily gulped2 『吞食;吞服』 be carefully cultivated 『培养;磨炼』 .
      Contrary to popular belief, most good leaders are made, not born. They hone 『磨练』 their skills in their everyday lives. But which do they cultivate? How do they get others to follow?
      Always give credit. Many leaders note that the most efficient way to get a good performance from others is to treat them like heroes. Giving public credit to someone who has earned it is the best leadership technique in the world. It is also an act of generosity3
      Giving credit is more effective than even the most constructive4 criticism, Blanchard, co-author of The One-Minute Manager, agrees. "Catch people doing something right!" he says. Then tell everyone about it. The loyalty5 you will generate 『产生;导致』 is arguably the most important currency a leader has.
      risks. "The best leaders know that taking a risk is not a thoughtless exercise," says management consultant6 Marilyn Machlowitz. "Sky divers7 don't go up in an airplane without checking the parachutes 『降落伞』 beforehand."
      the idea of risk also carries with it the possibility of failure, tend to wait for others to take charge. But if you want to be a leader, learn to fail- deaths. Pick yourself up and start all over again.
      Show the way. In 1965, been found to have diabetes8 『糖尿病』 . Ducat tried to reach out to other mothers of diabetic kids, but at first no one wanted to talk.
      Finally Ducat managed to find three other mothers willing to share their experience, and from that beginning she went on to found and lead the Juvenile9 Diabetes foundation, which currently has 150 chapters worldwide. Ducat also formed and now heads the National disease Research Interchange, which procures10 human tissues for vital research. Lee Ducat's secret? Being a role model.
      "Have you ever noticed that if you smile at people, they smile back?" she asks. "Well, if you're giving, people want to give right back. If you're sure-footed, they want to follow in your footsteps. If you're confident about reaching a goal, others echo that confidence and try to achieve it for you."
      "The best thing you can do is to get followers11 to mirror your actions by being what you wish them to be."
      others to do well, they will. If, on the other hand, you believe your people will fail,-philanthropist W. Clement12 Stone suggests that you to his salespeople13 can motivate them to break records; the teacher who writes individual notes of encouragement to students can lead them to extraordinary heights. Having faith in someone gives him self-confidence and pleasure. It may sound corny 『老一套的』 , but the experts agree it works.
      People don't follow leaders who lack direction. Estee Lauder, founder14 of the cosmetics15, leader she on the picture. "People want to follow those who promise-and deliver-," she says.
      有明确的目标。人们不会跟从那些没有方向感的领导。埃斯蒂·劳德--埃斯蒂· 劳德化妆品公司的创始人引导了她的成千上万的雇员走向巨大的成功。她说,她所知道的每一个商界领导人在心中都有一幅他想要达到的目标的清晰图画,并总是瞄着这一图画。她说:“人们愿意跟从那些许诺成功和带来成功的人。”
      Act the part. Good leaders have learned to sound and look like winners. They may sometimes doubt themselves, but they don't show it, says management consultant Paula Bern. They act as if they know where they're going.
      pleasant to be with; their speech is polished 『变得优雅』 , their demeanor16 『行为』 unruffled 『沉着的』 and assured.
      Knowledge is power, the saying goes, and the best leaders know that their savvy17 『智慧』 and proficiency18 are part of their charisma19 『魅力』 .