Understanding the Unique Perspective of a Company Head
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          As the head of your own company, you’re in a unique position, relative to both your organization and the people in it. It’s your responsibility to have the vision and ideas that will drive your business and carve out its place within the larger world.

          A company head’s calling is a singular one: thinking broadly and expansively about all the possibilities for the business. You may have gotten to this point by crunching numbers and evaluating the pros and cons — and those tasks still have their place within every strong company. The time has come, however, for you to let your mind take flight, so you can convey, communicate, and convince others of your business’s inherent value, from assuring employees to stay the course to inspiring confidence in your clients to rely on your company.

          To act successfully as the head of a company, you have to be a leader. Your staff needs someone they can look up to who embodies the business — and that person is you. They want to see values, commitment, and an ethic they can both follow and successfully sell to others. Here’s how to inspire all those things:

Raise the Bar, Then Aim Above It
          You launched your company (or accepted the role as its leader) because you had confidence in what its aims were. As a company head, you must aim as high as possible, setting goals just north of what you think you can do. Your confidence can inspire others, and your employees need to know that you’re convinced they can exceed their own expectations. Don’t be unreasonable; aim just above the attainable for yourself and your team, and you’ll be gratified by the results.

Cultivate Trust
          As a company head, all eyes are on you. You are the prime example-setter for everything, from how people in your office conduct themselves to how your business’s identity is communicated to the outside world. This is why it’s so crucial for your business to operate as transparently as possible and keep your people looped into its direction. Open communication is a sign of trust, and if your staffers feel you have implicit trust in them and their abilities, they will be more invested in churning out the best possible work to drive your business forward.

Raise the Bar, Then Aim Above It
          You launched your company (or accepted the role as its leader) because you had confidence in what its aims were. As a company head, you must aim as high as possible, setting goals just north of what you think you can do. Your confidence can inspire others, and your employees need to know that you’re convinced they can exceed their own expectations. Don’t be unreasonable; aim just above the attainable for yourself and your team, and you’ll be gratified by the results.

Source : http://www.allbusiness.com/