Below are leadership art posters pictures that you can review and bower provided you provide a link to this page. I've tried to provide a variety or images for you to choose from. Serious to funny because I know that every workplace is different and there are leaders out there that are so much smarter and innovative than I am so I have tried to pick images that will inspire and make you laugh.
Leadership is the art of motivating individuals to want to move or accomplish a common goal. Leadership is not forcing others to do something! Too many times newly appointed supervisors or managers believe it is smart to order or bark out demands. This is a huge mistake. Yes they may do what you demand in the moment, but in the end they will not follow you anywhere and the first chance they get to bury you they will.
Using leadership art posters and pictures in the workplace can help make a point. Sometimes laughter is truly the best motivator. It can create an environment that helps people to feel comfortable with each other which in turn builds a team. Laughing about yourself levels the playing field showing everyone they are equal.
Motivation comes in many different forms when it comes to leadership. Fear can be a huge motivator but it is not recommended unless the entire team including the leader fears a common enemy/situation. The fear of failing as a team is one of the best motivators that a leader can use. However, fear should not be your first choice to motivate your team. I have always believed that it better to run toward something that from something.
Therefore, as leaders we need to get to know your team as individuals and then a a whole. What makes them tick. If you can figure out what motivates each team member you can get a better handle on using that to motivate your entire team. For some it might be that they want to provide a better life for their family. For some it might be they are working toward a vacation. For some they are working toward a degree. Others might be wanting to simply be a part of a team. Unless you get to know them you will never know. But those small quick individual conversations that you have as your making your rounds will help you get to know every member of your team.