Andreas Vetr

ASSUME: The manager appoints a team, even if they don’t understand everything yet.

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ASSUME: The manager appoints a team, even if they don’t understand everything yet.

The Law of Acceptance reminds us that people first accept the leader before they embrace and support the leader’s ways.

The people who are supposed to trust you need proof that you as a leader can help make them more successful than they would be without you. This is crucial. Your leadership needs the acceptance and acceptance of strong, experienced and professional people who, through your leadership, will achieve something they did not think they could achieve because they thought they understood the job better than you. When these people see that your instructions bear fruit, they will trust you and willingly follow the path with you. They follow you even if they don’t yet understand where you’re going.

The questions therefore arise:

  • Who do I want to win as a manager for my team?
  • What are these people good at?
  • How can I help them succeed?

This is important for every manager to show the people they lead that they can trust your leadership. Quick wins and successes are good evidence and bring trust.

“TRUST-BUILDING SUCCESSES” and therefore it is important to achieve these successes. The leader shows through the successes that people have because of them

  • What I say, if carried out, brings success.
  • Where I lead will lead you to success.

People have 3 questions to answer before joining a leader:

  • Are you really interested in me? About my success, my advancement…?
  • Can you help me?
  • Can I trust you?

The leader must first sell himself well so that he can receive the recognition and trust of the people he is supposed to, wants to, and can lead. Only once the people have accepted the leadership can the leaders move on to the vision and mission and goals.

English:

ACCEPTANCE: The leader appoints a team even if they do not fully understand everything yet.

The law of acceptance reminds us that people must first accept the leader before they can accept and support their ways.

The people who are supposed to trust you need evidence that you, as a leader, can contribute to making them more successful than they would be without you. This is crucial. Your leadership requires the acceptance and embrace of strong, experienced, and professional individuals who achieve something through your leadership that they didn’t think they could achieve because they believed they understood the job better than you. When these people see that your instructions yield results, they will trust you and willingly follow your lead, even if they don’t yet fully understand where the journey is headed.

This raises the questions:

  • Whom do I want to win over as a leader for my team?
  • What are these people good at?
  • How can I assist them in their success?

It is important for every leader to show the people they lead that they can entrust themselves to their leadership. Quick wins and successes are good proof and build trust.

“BUILDING TRUST THROUGH SUCCESS” is important, so it is crucial to achieve these successes. The leader demonstrates through the successes that people have because of them:

  • What I say, when implemented, leads to success.
  • Where I am leading you, leads you to success.

People have three questions to answer before they join a leader:

  • Are you genuinely interested in me? In my success, my progress…?
  • Can you help me?
  • Can I trust you?

The leader must first sell themselves well so that they can gain the recognition and trust of the people they are supposed to lead, want to lead, can lead. Only when people have accepted the leader can the leaders move on to the vision, mission, and goals.