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Rohit Sharma Shares Insights On His leadership Mantra

Rohit Sharma Shares Insights On His leadership Mantra
Rohit Sharma

Team India skipper Rohit Sharma shared some insights into his leadership mantra, highlighting the importance of instilling confidence in the players. He expressed that it’s important to give the players the freedom to express themselves on the field.

Rohit Sharma spoke about the various facets of captaincy, including making strategy and managing the players. During an event in Mumbai on Friday, Rohit Sharma opened up on his leadership approach and expressed that he tries to build confidence and trust in players. He said,

“It is probably the hardest job of the leader to get everyone to do what you want them to do. Because they come with a different mindset and they want to do what they want to do. That’s what we try and talk to everyone when they come in because it’s a team game and sport. What I try and do is give the players that freedom and importance….. that they are very important to me.”

“It does not matter if you only play ten balls at No.6 aur No.7 …you are so important to me that you can win games. It’s just building the confidence within themselves. Because you need all 11 of them to give their best. You need everyone to contribute to the team’s cause,” he added.

Try and treat everyone equally: Rohit Sharma

Team India skipper Rohit Sharma further expressed that it is crucial to treat every player equally. He added that he tries to have personal interactions with everyone to build trust as a leader. He further also stated that it’s important to give clarity to the players about their role in the team.

“I try and go to players’ rooms individually and talk to them, have dinner. They look up to the leaders. If I am not available to talk and give time to them then there will be some discomfort around the team. The most important thing is to try and treat everyone equally and give everyone that importance. Give them role clarity that what is their role,” the Indian skipper said.

“If they are having any thoughts about getting dropped that’s where my role comes in. Then I have to try and build the confidence. It’s about giving them that confidence and building that trust that no matter what my leader says I have to go and execute that. Those are the things that I try to focus on. It’s a tough job,” added Rohit Sharma.

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