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Youth must learn good leadership

When it comes to success in business, most people think of business strategy. And yes, strategy is indeed an important aspect of it. However, leadership skill is what makes the real difference at the end of the day. Good leadership in business is all about mentoring, guiding, coaching and leading work teams. Good leaders give people the opportunity to develop, innovate and contribute in their own unique ways for the overall success of their organisation.
Our young people should be prepared to take up such leadership positions and should work towards acquiring the skills that are needed to become good leaders. They are the future of our country, so they should be taught the attributes of a good leader at an early age.
Mahamudul Islam
East West University

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