Case Study : Step By Step

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Step by step, this book guides you how to become a real leader by giving various examples either from Ronald Reagan or the author himself. Though there are only 7 chapters in this book, the author demonstrates the needs from a real leader who seeks win-win solutions that lead both sides to real success. And it gives leaders’ a full picture of how to lead, how to use emotional intelligence, how to reach your goal without wavering. Author’s Biography: Former Ronald Reagan Aide, Entrepreneur (the founders of The Quiggle Group, America 's Choice Title Company and Red, White and Blue Vending Company), the graduate of UCLA, Dan Quiggle plays a significant model role in leadership. From 1989-1998, Dan gained his unique leadership experience…show more content…
Mapping out specific plans is the second step which helps leaders achieve their success. Reagan creates an expansive vision with benefits for all Americans, which relates to every single individual in the country. Every day, he shared his dream and vision with the people around him, an entire country and even the world. Leaders need to make their visions of what they stand for, and what they believe in, clearer to others. They better repeat it, retell it, restate it, and repeat it again. Reminder, a smile brings a transparency to your message and conveys a warmth and kindness that has the potential to disarm. Try to open up the lines of communication with a smile—it is contagious. 2) Emotional intelligence Emotional intelligence needs leaders’ caring and consideration to approaches. Great leadership demands the emotional intelligence to build great relationships with all teammates, and it goes far beyond technical ability. The book well defines a leader’s emotional intelligence through the five elements: Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, empathy, social skills and motivation. Self-Awareness: during the presidential campaign, Reagan gave a sharp response to a rival regarding his age being a weakness (Quiggle, 2014): “I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience.” It requires real leaders have to embrace the ability of
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