Leader vs Antilder
A good leader, is defined as that person capable of positively influencing others. He knows how to motivate the group and can take a team to its highest level.
By opposition, it would be the antilíder, that person who fails to connect with his team and therefore does not achieve cohesion in it or reach any important objective.
Next we leave you the main characteristics of an antilíder.
Characteristics of an antilider
Superb: he believes in possession of the truth, he does not listen, he does not ask for advice, he does not accept other points of view, he does not know how to recognize his mistakes, he does not recognize his own limitations. All this can lead you to make very serious mistakes that endanger the future of the company, apart from the fact that this way of behaving generates a strong rejection among employees.
Default: Promises and does not comply, his team strives hoping to get the promised reward and it does not occur. This leads him to lose all credibility. The team loses its confidence in it and will not be willing to continue making additional efforts.
Fearful: He is a person who feels insecure, which leads him to be extremely jealous of his power plot. He is afraid that someone may shade him and that leads him to surround himself with mediocre people.
Is a complexed person, the fear of showing weakness leads him to reject advice, not to listen, not to allow people on his team to shine. This type of executive ends up being despised by his team.
Off: An off leader will hardly be able to generate enthusiasm in his team. If the leader lacks energy, optimism, little push, he will be able to motivate his employees.
Shun the risk: the leader must fight for goals, goals that are hardly attainable; This forces him to travel on unknown roads, to take risks. The person who avoids risk at all costs is a conformist who is content with what he has and who will hardly be able to drive the company to any interesting destination. In a world as changing as today, not moving is synonymous with losing.
Dishonest: When the manager lacks solid ethical principles, it is not surprising that he ends up committing injustices. The team is hardly going to follow a person they don't trust; rather, he will end up despising her.
Lack of vision: the leader gets the support of the organization in exchange for offering a really stimulating project: the leader sells illusions. If the boss lacks a project, what will he offer his team? Continuity? That anyone can do. In addition, as already noted, continuity is today the fastest route to disappearance.
Selfish: A person whose main (and sometimes unique) concern is their own interests is hardly going to get the support of their team. Employees will immediately realize the risk they are running by trusting their destiny to this person, so they will try by all means to remove them from the address.
Illuminated: the leader is a person who is ahead of the future, but always keeping his feet on the ground, while remaining realistic. If the objectives proposed by the leader are clearly utopian, people will lose their confidence in him. The job is a very serious issue and the staff will not allow embarking on adventures with an uncertain ending. An illuminated can put the future of the company at risk.
Authoritarian: The boss who bases his direction on the use of fear can sometimes achieve very good results in the short term, but ends up inexorably damaging the organization. Your team members will take advantage of the minimum opportunity to change jobs. No one supports a tyrant. The environment that it generates is very tense, people will act without initiative, will go to work without enthusiasm, and thus will hardly be able to do their best.