Take away their gadgets temporarily, force everyone in the room to listen to you and ensure discipline.
Conduct an interactive session and encourage all students to voice their opinions and feedback.
Include various activities to engage the students, depending on their interest and attitude towards you.
Carry out an informal conversation to exchange ideas (without putting any type of restrictions).
Ask the students to come up with their own ideas on how to conduct the session.
Let the team members settle their issues themselves.
Impose your opinion/decision to end the argument.
Listen to both sides of argument and try to reach an appropriate conclusion.
Aim for peace by giving a decision that is acceptable to almost everyone.
Ask team members to suggest solutions and decide on the most supported one.
Independence to work in your own way to achieve goals with your team.
A combination of various factors including personal goals and challenges.
Challenging traditional beliefs and inspiring people to change their perspectives.
Dependency and sincerity of your followers.
Your personal objectives and the satisfaction you get by achieving them.
By leaving a personal appreciation letter.
By allowing a day off or offering an informal lunch/ dinner.
Depends on the role of that person in your team.
There is no need of appreciation.
By praising that team member in public and setting an example for others.
Having many followers.
Receiving a positive feedback from critics and followers.
Introducing new ideologies.
It depends on your mission statement; success has no generic definition for leaders.
Inspiring followers to become leaders in the future.
Disagreements among the concerned authorities.
Severe opposition against your personal beliefs or decisions.
Biased opinions regarding your authority and leadership skills.
Slower progress towards your goals, mainly due to the controversial demands of followers/ public.
Ability to inspire others.
Ability to resolve conflict.
Strong decision-making power.
Restricting their team from making independent decisions.
Allowing the opinions of others to influence their leadership style/ strategy.
Changing decisions to satisfy their followers or concerned authorities.
Using the same strategy to deal with different situations and people.
Being conservative in order to avoid criticism from different groups of people.
Teenagers who are seeking guidance for living a balanced and successful life.
Young adults who are well-aware of their rights.
Self-motivated and mature people who are capable of working independently.
Ambitious individuals who aim to change the world around them.
All-rounders who can deal with almost every situation.