7 Vital Qualities That Make Deji Adeyanju Right For PDP’s Spokesperson (READ)

7 Vital Qualities That Make Deji Adeyanju Right For PDP’s Spokesperson (READ)

By Opinions | The Trent on August 16, 2016
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Deji Adeyanju, Arrest, Buhari, Media, Group
Mr. Deji Adeyanju, PDP's Media Director

I will give you a brief run-down of my personal assessment of this young man, Prince Deji Adeyanju and why I believe he’s the best qualified for the job of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP’s national publicity secretary.

When you set out to select a person for any function or to function in any capacity , there are things you look out for.

1: Honesty

Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself to, when you are responsible for a team of people, it’s important to raise the bar even higher. Your business and its employees are a reflection of yourself, and if you make honest and ethical behavior a key value, your team will follow suit.

Deji Adeyanju has got this quality✅

2: Delegate

Finessing your brand vision is essential to creating an organized and efficient business, but if you don’t learn to trust your team with that vision, you might never progress to the next stage. Its important to remember that trusting your team with your idea is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Deji Adeyanju understands this principle and he’s got it ✅

3: Communication

Knowing what you want accomplished may seem clear in your head, but if you try to explain it to someone else and are met with a blank expression, you know there is a problem. If this has been your experience, then you may want to focus on honing your communication skills. Being able to clearly and succinctly describe what you want done is extremely important. If you can’t relate your vision to your team, you won’t all be working towards the same goal.

Deji Adeyanju understands this ✅

4: Confidence

There may be days where the future of your brand is worrisome and things aren’t going according to plan. This is true with any business, large or small, and the most important thing is not to panic. Part of your job as a leader is to put out fires and maintain the team morale. Keep up your confidence level, and assure everyone that setbacks are natural and the important thing is to focus on the larger goal. As the leader, by staying calm and confident, you will help keep the team feeling the same. Remember, your team will take cues from you, so if you exude a level of calm damage control, your team will pick up on that feeling. The key objective is to keep everyone working and moving ahead.

Deji Adeyanju has shown this time and time again✅

5: Commitment

If you expect your team to work hard and produce quality content, you’re going to need to lead by example. There is no greater motivation than seeing the boss down in the trenches working alongside everyone else, showing that hard work is being done on every level. By proving your commitment to the brand and your role, you will not only earn the respect of your team, but will also instill that same hardworking energy among your team.

Deji Adeyanju knows this and has shown this over and over✅

6: Positive Attitude

You want to keep your team motivated towards the continued success of the company, and keep the energy levels up. Whether that means providing snacks, coffee, relationship advice, or even just an occasional beer in the office, remember that everyone on your team is a person. Keep the office mood a fine balance between productivity and playfulness.

He’s got this ✅

7: Intuition

When leading a team through uncharted waters, there is no roadmap on what to do. Everything is uncertain, and the higher the risk, the higher the pressure. That is where your natural intuition has to kick in. Guiding your team through the process of your day-to-day tasks can be honed down to a science. But when something unexpected occurs, or you are thrown into a new scenario, your team will look to you for guidance. Drawing on past experience is a good reflex, as is reaching out to your mentors for support. Eventually though, the tough decisions will be up to you to decide and you will need to depend on your gut instinct for answers. Learning to trust yourself is as important as your team learning to trust you.

Deji Adeyanju is the man when it comes to this ✅

Chidozie Awuzie is a medical doctor and political activist. He tweets from @GhenhisKhan.

The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. 

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