By Dr Kevin Leman and William Pentak
7 Secrets are :
You will have to follow the status of your people as well as the status of work. You will have to engage people on a regular basis. Keep your eyes and ears open, question and follow through.
Know where you are going, get out in front and keep your flock on the move. Always use persuasion rather than coercion. When your people get into trouble, go and get them out.
5) The Staff of Direction
Always protect, correct and inspect your flock.
Protect : Stand in the gap and fight for your sheep
Correct : Approach discipline as a teaching opportunity
Inspect : Regularly inquire about your people’s progress
6) The Rod of Correction
Great leadership is a lifestyle, not a technique. Every day you have to decide who is going to pay for your leadership, you or your people. Most of all, have a heart for your sheep.
7) The Heart of the Shepherd
Keep your people well informed. Cull chronic instigators from the flock. Regularly rotate the sheep to fresh pasture. Don’t give problems time to fester.