5 Things to learn from Manchester United  - Edofolks.com
5 Things to Learn from a Failing Man United & Sir Ferguson
By: Ehimwenma E. Aimiuwu
December 7, 2013
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In as much as I am not a Manchester United Fan, I have always respected the football team for years under Sir Alex Ferguson. While I am indifferent to their bad performance so far under David Moyes this season, I have learned a lot about the necessity of excellent and experienced leadership at the top of any organization. Below are 5 things that I have learned from the transition between the last two coaches of Manchester United football club:

1) Give leadership positions to the most qualified and not bow to favoritism (giving a position merely because of similarity in race, gender, religion, or ethnicity)

2) Seek qualified leader or coach, who has consistently performed as good as or better at similar levels as the outgoing leader or coach, as a favorable replacement.

3) Privately find out from past followers or players about strengths and weaknesses of the new leader or coach, as well as why the new leader or coach was successful in the past

4) Make sure the followers or players believe that the new leader or coach is as good as or better than the outgoing leader or coach, so that they can perform or play as hard for the new leader or coach like they did for the former one..

5) Like Chelsea football club, get rid of any leader or coach that is not performing well immediately and bring in someone that has met the first 4 criteria

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