“Are you the sort of leader the RIGHT kind of people will like to utilize?”
The task of a CEO begins with a leadership role. A successful organization is one with the right individuals all occupying the right positions jointly participated in doing the right things. That is;

Making the aforementioned equation a reality in an organization is the primarytask of the CEO as a leader. It is a three-fold job that begins with you the chief. The equation is’what’ you need to do as a leader, as you must have likely noticed, the underlying motif in the equation is that the word”right.” Which clearly captures the whole essence of the part of the CEO as a leader -making a company effective. I wish these were all you wanted in order to be successful in your role as a pioneer, but there is still one missing element in the equation that is critically important. That missing part is YOU - the leader!

Here’s what I mean.
Building a successful company takes the collective efforts of others and not just the effort of only you the owner. It is not a one man show. You see, although no 1 person (leader) can single-handedly build a fantastic business; one wrong individual (leader) can single-handedly bring down a business. How? When you as the business owner begins to think it’s about you. This is ordinarily the case with the majority of small business owners. I know you’re the owner of your business no doubt, but you also need to understand this fact; until you chose to be a business owner, achievement has been very much all about you and the result of your own personal efforts, but that you’re running your own company; success is about other people and the consequence of the collective efforts.
A majority of companies fail largely due to this singular factor, therefore it’s highly important to understand that this critical point and start to make the essential paradigm shift ancient. The failure or success of a company depends largely on how well the CEO performs their job as a leader. As the CEO, your job as a leader demands that you shift your attention from yourself and start to concentrate more on other people and what you jointly want to attain.
Business is a team game and just the teams with the best players may acquire. To create a winning team requires a leader that not only wins but also knows how to lead a bunch of winners and make winners out of losers. Winners being who they’re don’t naturally like to hang winners even though loser bears the name of a CEO. That you currently occupy a leadership position as a result of your CEO name does not necessarily mean you are a leader. Being a leader is much more than inhabiting a position. As I pointed out last week in the first article in this series, titles or positions doesn’t make you; duties and functions do. As Hiro Watanabe on your job as a pioneer, the bulk of your job is principally people-centered. Your responsibilities and functions (responsibilities) majorly revolve around working with people and directing them. When it comes to people, understanding’what’ to do alone will not do the trick. People are not things, they don’t care how much you know and can do until they understand how much you really care and make them feel. Therefore, understanding’what’ to do is only 1 portion of the narrative, knowing’who’ to become in order to do what needs to be done is the principal narrative.
The real challenge here is collecting the proper type of people to work with as a staff, for just the ideal type of people can be genuinely successful -capable of doing the right things. You see the proper men and women are very uncommon to discover or attract since they only submit to the right sort of leadership. They are not predominantly motivated by how much they’re paid; they are mainly motivated by passion and will only adhere to the right leader whose vision, goal or objective they consider worthy of their dedication and loyalty. You can’t out rightly purchase them you earn their dedication and loyalty. Figuring out how to be the ideal type of leader is your main duty as a CEO. So this is the question;