Mahendra Singh Dhoni is regarded as one of the best captains in India’s cricketing history. Be it his cool temperament or his ability to handle pressure. Dhoni has been a class in showcasing his arsenal at times of crisis and has been crucial in steering his team through in the toughest of times. His ability to extract results out of pressure situations tells a lot about his leadership abilities.
Here are the leadership lessons that one can learn from Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
1 ) Believing in instincts and taking risks
A true leader is one who is never shy of taking risks. Taking risks have always been a part of the game for this man, be it the finals of the 2011 world cup where he had promote himself up the order or the Joginder Sharma final over back in 2007. Though many of his decisions have come under the hammer but most of the times he has been spot on with his moves.
His ability to take risks and more importantly, backing them has fetched brighter results for the team. Moreover, the ablity to believe in himself is what makes him one of the great minds on the field. Being a leader you have to analyse where you went wrong and have to take risks in order to achieve bigger results.