Manchester United interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is on a roll. He recorded eight consecutive wins and has brought ManU closer to compete for Champions League football next year.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could boost his chances of landing the Manchester United job on a permanent basis by reaching the quarter finals of the Champions League.
Solskjaer has enjoyed an excellent spell in interim charge of Old Trafford, winning his first eight games. That run came to an end against Burnley in midweek but United fought back from 2-0 down to rescue a point. United’s form has led to calls for Solskjaer to get the job on a permanent basis but he is expected back at Molde at the end of the season.
Yet, he used the same players as Jose Mourinho, the special one, whose star faded evidently. Of course the scheduling may not be the same but you cannot take it from Solskjaer – he has made Pogba, Martial and Rashford better.
That brings me to this question: who can motivate your team? Yes, as you can see, one man will take a highly castigated team to achieve impressive results even in the short-run. Before Solskjaer arrived, ManU was talking of shipping Pogba but today he is considered a great future for the Red Devils.
Until you find what can motivate or who can motivate your team, you may struggle to take that mission to the zenith. Find your Solskjaer in that business today.
A leader’s most important quality is to motivate, inspiring and influencing people under him/her to undertake great deeds. It is not for you to be doing the job yourself, that’s not leadership, it simply shows that you are deficient in the most important metric: motivation.
When men and women have lost confidence in you, then you have become a nuisance, capable of holding nobody, and leading nobody. If people are not moved when you speak, kindly step aside, you have lost it!