Leaders in SBR
Quoting Dwight D. Eisenhower here:
"Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it."
Nobody is born a leader. You need to hone your skills to become one. Some contradict this idea. They say leadership is all in your genes, and that all great leaders were born a leader. Considering both these ideas SBR Technologies provides its employees sufficient room to enhance their leadership skills. We carefully tailor our developing leaders to fit their unique business strategies and our organizational cultures together.
SBR addresses leadership development on multiple fronts, from articulating how leadership behavior needs to change to meet the challenges of the future to managing the pools of successors for critical roles. SBR continuously adapts to thrive in an increasingly volatile IT business environment. Here leadership has become less about directive structured approaches seeking predictable outcomes and more about empowering others to make effective and timely decisions. This encourages bottom-up ideas to flourish here. Each and every one of SBR family plays his or her part in leadership of the future by helping others to co-create towards positive outcomes.
Jit, the CEO, always puts emphasis on dynamic non-equilibrium in business. This shifts conventional management thinking from over-reliance on top-down, hierarchical, risk-based approaches to managing within complexity. To him a leader should be open-minded.
Dip, the Business Head, says: "Frankly speaking, I had never thought of listening as an important subject by itself. But now that I am aware of it, I think that perhaps 80 percent of my work depends on my listening to someone, or on someone else listening to me."
Leadership can imply different connotation when it comes to different leaders and their approach. Whatever leadership alludes to, end of the day this should create an inspiring vision of future, motivate and inspire people to engage with that vision, manage delivery of the vision and finally build a team so that it is more effective at achieving the vision.