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    The Elite Expansions of Leaders may Instigate an Immensity of Organization
    Volume 2, No. 1, June 2021 | 6 pages | http//dx.doi.org/10.46410/jbtm.2021.2.1.04


    Rudrarup Gupta, Sustainable Cosmos Ambassador, Global Change Maker and SDG Expert of Green ThinkerZ Society, United Nations


    The concept of “Organization” is having an encyclopedic shadow of planned commercial practice which is fundamentally based upon the veteran organizational leaders’ right from day one. Because they do comprehensively nurture their profound educational strengths and on the other hand, they do vigorously implement their acquired occupational exposures out here to reach the most prestigious professional destiny in a very royal dimension of success indeed. The focused idea is they shall help to make their followers understand their both individual and communal needs to deal with and those perspectives shall have to be logically conceptualized from them to perform day by day. This is how all the perceptual organizational leaders shall be enriching their pre-perceived occupational vision not only to empower their decisive strategy but to enlarge the organizational splendor in terms of profitability, acceptability and sustainability in the end. That is the reason why they are much concerned about the constructive plans along with their “1. Thoughtful Equations, 2. Impactful Executions and 3. Purposeful Explorations”. As a result, they will be aiming for the needful expansion of an organization along with all the right movements. In this regard, leaders shall be resourcing manpower, associations, organizational structure, mission, positive desire, solid depth of team ship, strategic upbringing and so on. This is how leaders shall be refined along with their day-to-day occupational exposures and they will enable their superior team for the significant organizational advancement shortly. It means the most united stability is one of the very expensive measures over here to display the momentous organizational benchmarks and collective satisfactory improvements of their trained subordinates who are the emerging consequential effects in terms of glorious business goal which is radiantly desirable according to the present day scenario.


    Managerial Magnificence, Leaders’ Introspections, Occupational Brilliance, Leaders’ Contributions.


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    Gupta, R., (2021). The Elite Expansions of Leaders may Instigate an Immensity of Organization. Journal of Business and Technology Management (JBTM), HolyKnight, vol. 2, 29-34. doi: 10.46410/jbtm.2021.2.1.04.

    Gupta, Rudrarup, et al “The Elite Expansions of Leaders may Instigate an Immensity of Organization.” Journal of Business and Technology Management, HolyKnight, vol. 2, 2021, pp 29-34. JBTM, https://holyknight.co.uk/Articles/JBTM/Vol2-1/4.html

    [1] R. Gupta, “The Elite Expansions of Leaders may Instigate an Immensity of Organization.” Journal of Business and Technology Management (JBTM), HolyKnight, vol. 2, pp. 29-34, June 2021.