You want to begin with your friends and family first. Everyone you know. Let twitter send them an E-mail to join and follow you. Be selective but on the whole you want to follow people who follow you.
You can see who your friends are following. THEN, you have the choice of following some of your friends and relations followers TOO!
Hold out one minute! Twitter will also provide you with ideas based on who you are presently following. That’s great because you can TARGET people in your Niche.
Leadership is about influencing others to follow you in order that the goals of an organization can be accomplished. Some followers like to follow particular leaders, while some leaders lose supporters at an alarming rate. There has to be something that the first leaders are doing that can be emulated. Similarly, there are some things that the latter leaders are doing or are not doing that are causing fallout.
A genuine respect for and application of followers’ opinions will excite individuals about next. This fosters a sense of partnership and control Musically Followers. Nothing is more irritating than feeling that your superior is not thinking about your perspective. People who are doing the job are often most acquainted with what needs to be performed. Poor managers have a tendency to overlook the wisdom of these workers.
This serves to alienate followers and may kill their enthusiasm for the job. Great leaders take the time to talk to followers and encourage them to be progressive also to take reasonable risks. They learn to trust the common sense of their followers and give them room to make some mistakes.
Supporters wish to follow when they have a firm conviction that things are moving forward. Followers want to know that an organization has vision and is making strident steps to achieve the vision. Vision is not simply having good ideas. Vision is something that motivates definite actions with definite results.
People want to feel substantial and thus want to be part of an business that is committed to significance, to making a mark and difference in the world. Too many leaders are guilty of inertia: they actually little and accomplish little; they speak a huge talk but deliver nothing worth noting.
To move an organization forward, leaders must have perspective and the must understand and stay committed to the mission of the organization. Moving forward involves environment goals, developing strategic strategies, ensuring that things get done and evaluating them to be sure that targets are being reached.