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  1. Michael Dadoun is an Optimistic and People Centric Leader Michael Dadoun

  2. Leading a modern organization is not the easiest of tasks. Ever changing market dynamics and rapid technological advances need a proactive leader. Michael Dadoun, the CEO of payment processing company UpClick is a person with highly proactive personality. • A modern CEO has to create opportunities for growth and development, show a positive inclination towards taking meaningful actions and work tirelessly to get results for his organization as well as his clients. • A leader has to be a quick thinker, fast decision maker, and a great communicator, along with having relationship building skills among other competencies to be successful. In the following section we shall discuss some of the characteristics that help leaders steer their companies towards greater success. • Below is a list of some essential qualities that separate a performer from a non-performer.

  3. Forward Thinking Approach • The ability to plan for the future and think ahead of time is one of the most important characteristic that differentiates a successful leader from a mediocre one. • Great leaders down the ages have been real visionaries who anticipated ahead of time the challenges and opportunities the business is going to encounter in the near future. They knew beforehand what the consumers will need in future and start working towards it immediately. • An ability to peak into the future enables good CEOs to steer away their organizations from potential threats. This also helps them to cash in on future opportunities. They inspire confidence as they have the communication skills to communicate their vision and strategy to their subordinates.

  4. Good Leaders are Fearless and Calculated Risk Takers “Everything tells me that I am about to make a wrong decision, but making mistakes is just part of life. What does the world want of me? Does it want me to take no risks, to go back to where I came from?”― Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes A person who is comfortable remaining in his comfort zone is unlikely to make a successful CEO. Modern leadership is all about taking and confronting challenges. A good leader never shies away from taking risks or postponing things just because there is an element of risk involved.

  5. It has been often witnessed that failure to properly mange risks and develop risk–focused culture has spelled doom for many flourishing organizations. Superior quality leaders are calculated, not reckless, risk takers. The ability to manage risk is an important barometer of a CEO’s effectiveness. • In a highly complex and chaotic business environment where volatility is order of the day, a great leader has to be on the constant lookout for finding new and innovative ways of managing, avoiding, and taking risks. • Economic downturn, recession, competitive rivalry, etc. have greatly heightened market volatility. Modern organizations have to struggle continuously with market risk, credit risk, operational risk, etc. It needs to develop a robust and strong risk coping structure in order to survive and prosper in a crisis.

  6. Michael Dadoun, the dynamic leader of e-commerce solution provider UpClick, is a leader who is comfortable taking calculated but not careless risks. A person of cheerful disposition, he is always optimistically pursuing new opportunities. • He is a person who does not like wasting time and energy chasing short term and passing fads. He believes in long term growth and is consistent about his views and performance as well as the performance he expects from others.

  7. Good Leaders see Customer as the King • Organizations exist because of customers and not vice-versa. You are only in the business as long you receive their active patronage. Successful leaders as such are focused on finding ways to come up with innovative products and services that can make their life easier. • It is imperative for organizations to develop their products or services keeping the needs and requirements of the customers. Good CEOs have started interacting with their clients in a more direct and personal way. • Many organizations have started providing access to customers in their boardroom. It in fact makes a lot of sense, as who can help you come up with solid offerings more than the interested party?

  8. A large number of CEOs have regular meetings with their clients. This enables them to have a more thorough understanding of customer needs and requirements and help their organizations develop better products. Michael Dadoun is a highly customer centric leader who treats his clients like kings. He has this uncanny ability to keep his clients involved to more effectively fulfill their expectations as well as meet the goals and objectives of the organization.

  9. Conclusion • A modern organization more often than not has to plough its boat in a ruffled sea. There are a lot of risks and an organization can only be successful if it has a CEO who has built an effective and efficient risk managing culture in his organization. • The other important thing is for the leaders to have a vision and the ability to property communicate that vision to their subordinates. They need to lead by example to inspire trust in the employees of their organizations as well as in their clients. • Michael Dadoun is a leader who is a calculated risk taker. He has never shown to buckle under severe stress or postpone decision making for fear of failures.