Michael Dadoun in Montreal

Michael Dadoun, The CEO Of Montreal Based Upclick, Nurtures The Spirit Of Collaboration

Posted on: May 27, 2013

Leaders with a ‘my-way-or-the-highway’ management attitude are sure to spell trouble for their organization. A leadership style that does not encourage collaboration and delegation will fail to garner employee commitment. Michael Dadoun, the CEO of Montreal based payment processing company, UpClick, is a leader who strongly supports a management structure that helps nurture the spirit of collaboration and loyalty among the employees. An employee who has a high level of organizational allegiance is a strong supporter of the values and goals of the organization, and wants to strive hard to achieve the goals of the organization.

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Good leaders lead by example and Michael Dadoun, the CEO of Montreal based UpClick, is no exception to this rule. New age workers are curious and knowledgeable. They do not follow orders blindly, and if they are forced to do so, they do that grudgingly. These workers need to be told the effect of decisions taken by the top management and how these decisions will impact the long term profitability of the organization. A modern CEO cannot expect to remain aloof and just pass orders. They, like Michael Dadoun, have to lead by example and show how the work can be done.

Michael Dadoun, the CEO of UpClick, a Montreal Canada based e-commerce company, is successful because he is always accessible and eager to solve the professional as well as personal problems of his subordinates. He is loved and respected all around because he has no airs about him and works alongside his employees to deliver the best services to UpClick’s clients.

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