In business, there are many things that people undergo. They may stumble on their position of be stepped down. But many of us aspire to become the leader that could lead people. There are those who have the determination to put it on their objective and make sure they will step on that spot. Being a leader is not easy. There are many people who will look up to you and expect you to not make any mistakes. You have to have a strong and clean profile so people will believe you that you can lead them. How to become a leader?
- When you want to lead people, make sure you can also lead yourself. Passing orders to your sub-ordinates is as easy as passing information. But a leader capable on leading his own self is important because you are not just to provide a good example but become the element of the people on your business. It is important for the leader to focus and ability to motivate others.
- Do not do monarchy. Being a thoughtful leader is ideal on a working place but do not set a throne on the office. You guide your sub-ordinates but do not put too much space between you and them.
- Make sure that you have a strong commitment. You have to be committed to what you do so that everyone can see and follow you. Make sure you know how to design a plan, create a quantity excellence and set reasonable things on the place.
- Be open to other’s idea. Listen to your people. The purpose of leading is to establish a good business and you can achieve them by cooperating with others and listening to what they think is the best solutions for certain projects. Without them, you are not on your place.
These are the few responsibilities of being a leader.
The Ka Ipu Kukui program takes place on March 16, 2011. Each of the participants was given the opportunity to dine with the current and previous Ka Ipu Kukui fellows on an exclusive lunch together with the fundraiser. What is Ka IPu Kukui Fellows? It is a program created by the Decision Maui and Focus Maui Nui to promote the leaderships and development of the community based program which is designed in accessing the Maui Nuis future.
There are many members of the Ha Ipu Kukui. The steering committee members are Roselle Bailey, Sandy Baz, Buck Buchanan, Rory Frampton, Lori Teragawachi, Scott Nunokawa, Stanley Okamoto, Ken Ota, Clyde Sakamoto, Jeanne Skog, Lianne Yoshida, Kalani Ho, Yarrow Flower, and Rhiannon Chandler.
They have accepted nominations and applications that were held last 2012 at the University of the Hawaii-Maui College where the Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows held the program. The collaboration between the two was now in its fourth year. The program means “crucible of light”. It is a forging ideas which will test and furnace the best path to take in the future. The program will identify potential leaders that they trained in order to have the best future planning of the Maui Nui.
The training shall have participants that will actively participate over the year that may depend on the activity schedule. There will be many activities involve such as the cultural resources, natural areas and political process. It will also focus on the discussions about the economic, lifestyle and social issues of the place. According to them, 15 fellows were selected through the process of rigorous training that were conducted by the members of the Ka Ipu Kukui steering committee members.