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Leaders will always face problems during their term. What differentiates leaders from managers is their ability to resolve problems in a way that creates a positive impact to those around him or her. Effective leaders solve problems in four ways:
1. Have transparent and open communication: Involving your team in decisions and making sure they understand the reasons behind that decision is critical for cohesiveness
2. Take down barriers: Cross collaboration with other teams is a great step towards breaking down silos. Additionally, gaining others' perspectives will make the decision more thoroughly thought out.
3. Be open-minded: Surround yourself around other leaders that are open-minded. Being around close-minded individuals will only slow down the decision-making process.
4. Have a strategy in mind: "Without strategy, change is merely substitution, not evolution."
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