CHICAGO (PRWEB) October 16, 2018
Individuals who aspire to be impactful leaders in their organizations can now access a new and improved version of an online resource by leading business expert Haris Ahmed (Chicago).
The website, located at http://www.harisahmednaperville.com/, became extremely popular not long after its launch. In fact, it generated triple the traffic initially anticipated.
Now, version 2.0 of the website is set to be released soon. In version 2.0, Ahmed, the founder and chief executive officer of Pragmatium Consulting Group, Inc., incorporated the excellent feedback he had received from version 1.0’s users. For example, he revamped the site and the user interface to make it more intuitive. He also decided to make the website completely free due to its popularity.
Through the site, Ahmed looks forward to providing solid resources for the future leaders of tomorrow. According to Ahmed, a business’s failure or success ultimately depends on the quality of its leadership. Effective leadership causes a venture to be results driven and stable. Meanwhile, poor leadership might result in an organization’s eventual downfall. For this reason, Ahmed plans to offer tips for developing the types of leadership skills proven to propel organizations toward success.
Ahmed’s leadership and organizational structure experience spans more than 20 years. Based on his extensive experience, he challenges readers to take stock of their organizations’ health statuses and then explore what they can do to improve them. For instance, leaders must ensure that their teams feel motivated enough to help them to achieve their goals. Furthermore, team members must understand their company’s vision and mission, as well as their individual roles in driving their company’s success.
According to Ahmed, all organizations have their own unique requirements and functions. However, through his newly improved blog website, leaders in a wide range of industries can increase their chances of experiencing both business and career success long term.