Charisma is this rare form of magnetic energy that draws people’s attention towards them; this is a quality that exudes strength and confidence which transforms into an arousal of loyalty and admiration from the others.
Rarely people are born with this trait of natural charisma and possess and outgoing personality that lures others towards them. But charisma is not always something people must be born with. If someone wants to build their physique they visit the gym and if they want to learn to code, they take up a course either online or offline where they teach coding languages. But what would you do if you want to build your charisma or confidence to be a successful manager?
Here we will share with you a few simple exercises that you can use to build a charismatic persona to have a lasting impact in the two most important areas where confidence is key. They are – work environments and social situations. Continue reading –>
Before we discuss how the world is crying in tears of blood because of this magical problem called global warming and global climate change, take a look at this quote…
With cheating, lying, deceit, hype, distortion and the blind pursuit of gaining money the whole world of business is like a factory of poison, hungry only for profits. As the cost of these destructive practices, the planet is paying penance with its ecosystem degrading and the humans getting alienated from their soul’s genuine needs. With things like contamination, pollution, climate change, poverty, rising levels of water, financial crisis, unemployment, war and political unrest along with a general reduction of trust amongst humans the earth is paying penance for our misdeeds. Continue reading –>
Whether you are into a business organization or have been thinking to venture into your own start up, some leadership traits are to be learnt from great leaders like Richard Branson.
Simplicity and Friendliness:
The following rules like being cordial and friendly at a given occasion rather than being authoritative are recommendable as Richard Branson himself had explained in his interviews. If you are cordial and compassionate with your employees then you can motivate them and at the same use their talents in something constructive in crucial situations. But if in a similarly difficult situation where teamwork and collaboration is needed and you are being too strict to drive them like robots they may fall on their face due to overwhelming pressure.
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