Most people kick off their careers with concepts they have learned, and some are able to prove themselves in multiple ways and aspects. Some of them are top-notch in the fields of education and work. Those people will likely deliver insights that deserve more attention due to their importance and consequences.
Very few people actually know what should be done, and they teach others how to master it. Leadership and controlling the flow of events are their specialty, and their goals revolve around directing and developing companies as well as people so that they can, before or after their failure, boost their own capabilities and potentials in order to make their own successes.
Those kinds of people have pioneering visions; they possess more than one characteristic; and they are very well-rounded as individuals and more informed about different fields than other people. It is no surprise that these people are successful and great at directing the future direction of companies and people. As a result, they blend in quite well in any new field and eventually become leaders.
Sir John Whitmore, an outstanding figure in the field, has created a concept that entails unleashing the potential of people to maximize their performance. He called for mastering both parts of the process, which are passing on knowledge and helping others discover it for themselves. As a result, they may do the same to others and excel at both.
And if we look at the global legal firm Allen & Overy as an example, David Morley, Senior Partner, identifies ways to help people gain the skills needed to maximize value. In this way, he prevents future problems and discovers new opportunities and insights.
This is exactly what Berkeley Partnership, the international management consultancy, excelled at. According to Mark Fearn, one of the company’s founders, Berkeley associates are better trained for how to respond when customers ask for assistance with complicated, messy, and sometimes ill-defined problems that often extend beyond the company’s initial direction. Thanks to upgrading their skills, the partners are now better at identifying situations in which they do not have to provide answers. They are aware that in these circumstances, they might be able to assist clients by providing the best solutions by asking the right questions.
This is what Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck called “the growth mindset”, in which everyone in the institution is always open to continuous learning and creating brand new ways to maximize value through recognizing and selecting the best potentials, then developing and motivating them to achieve success in the business they are running.
In a related context, Sheryl Sandberg, who is one of the most outstanding examples of success stories in the fields of management and economics, had a great impact on the world of education through her experience and dedication. With her skills in management and economics, she was assigned by Facebook to manage the day-to-day operations of the company and drive its growth and profit. In this role, she quickly made a huge difference, helping to grow Facebook’s ad revenue and broaden its user base. Through her work, she has launched several initiatives that focus on improving educational opportunities for women and students who are economically disadvantaged. The “Lean in Education” program is one of her initiatives, which provides resources and assistance for tutors and students looking to build more inclusive and encouraging learning environments.
We have another excellent figure to study. Rida Shamseddine is a great businessman who shined in this field through his educational, economic, and administrative skills. During extremely challenging times, not only was he a university lecturer at the regional level, but he also managed to finish courses in economics. He also managed to study the policies of companies that are prone to collapse. In addition to that, he was an expert in the field of oil. He is well-known in the audiovisual and digital media, and his articles can frequently be seen in magazines. His name shone in the world of management as the creator of approaches and solutions, which he developed according to the classifications of the issues he managed. He derives his goals from several paths and adapts them to his own targets.
Despite his youth, he was exceptional in more than one field. His main focus is maintaining the work environment in order to increase productivity. The attributes of his path are credibility and excellence. He proved his competence through his practical experience in multiple fields. He monitors transformations while observing all the details that affect the observed event, and then he comes up with methods and solutions different from the accepted notions.
Within the context of his diverse accomplishments, he oversaw the transformation of the future of more than 3,654 students and individuals whose lives are full of stories of challenges, obstacles, successes, and shining. For these and other accomplishments, he earned the title of “the guiding leader”, as he is a man of innovative thought and methodology, carrying out his work with uncommonly methodical technical means, methods, and skills.
By focusing on the field of education and making use of their experience in management and economics, Sheryl Sandberg, Rida Shamseddine, and others like them, of course, left a noticeable impact on the world. Their dedication and passion for creating supportive communities have inspired countless individuals and organizations to take action and make a difference.
Thanks to all the spectacular examples we see today from leaders, global companies today, during the very unsettled times we live in in this vast universe, are shifting away from the traditional control practices that were rooted in previous times and are moving towards a model that is adaptable to constantly changing environments through ways that unleash new energies and innovation.
In the face of this turbulent and rapid change, which has consequences for individuals, companies, and institutions, everyone is seeking leaders who understand how to really sort out problems and are proficient in solving them. They are looking for leaders who concentrate on the multiple advantages of coaching, both directive and non-directive, advantages that establish real educational institutions that produce the beneficial outcomes they desire.
This is a call for bringing about a cultural transformation that includes investing in upgrading characteristics not only to be mere personal skills but also to be a source of inspiration and an effective force to contribute to a development that serves the work’s nature and the foundations and successes that must be achieved