Tuesday 30 June 2020


It’s important to demonstrate an original personal understanding of leadership concept and provide impressive illustrative examples taken from today’s real life or history. That’s the
best thing to do when reviewing various leadership qualities. All business owners and executives have varying experiences and perspectives on the approach and qualities necessary for
effective leadership. And not all situations require the same type of leadership style. Great leaders adapt to their surrounding environments and empower the team to succeed together.
Many experts across countless leadership books and articles agree on certain principles required for leading a team to greatness, but when it comes down to it, the most important factor is
whether or not the leader is getting the job done.
My philosophies on leadership have evolved over time through research, experiences in combat as a Navy SEAL and from my successes and failures running my own businesses. I believe that the
best leaders are passionate about developing the emerging leaders around them, they constantly work to improve their emotional intelligence and know that a strong team culture is the foundation
for accomplishing the mission. They are in a perpetual state of preparation and embrace the inevitable changes their businesses will face.
When we take an in-depth look at history, we see countless leadership qualities that were adopted by both good and bad leaders. When writing what are the qualities of a good leader, you
should focus on the characteristics and strengths of a leader, and how they help influence and motivate other people along with achieving their own goals.
These are emotional and behavioral characteristics of well-known leaders that helped them succeed:
1.Vision – effective leaders have exciting ideas, they usually are forward-looking, and have excellent strategic planning skills.
2.Communication – communicating ideas clearly and concisely is essential to ensure teamwork towards the same goal.
3.Integrity – they are honest and can always tell the truth in any situation.
4.Confidence – they dare to take risks to achieve their goals and never give up.
5.Responsiveness – good leaders value their team, listen to people they lead, and quickly change their behavior to match different situations.
6.Determination – good leaders are passionate about what they do and can motivate people by demonstrating their own commitment.
7.Empathy is the most important skill which allows to create strong bonds of trust and build successful teams.
8.Have Faith in Their Beliefs
"It's a mix of a lot of things, but first and foremost it's about having faith in your beliefs. You can't expect others to consider you a leader unless you have solid faith in your ideas.
And once it's there, you build on it by being a good communicator, listening to others, setting examples and by putting your best foot forward and not giving up. Leadership is all about being
passionate about what you do, and having confidence in yourself and your followers whom you have to motivate and inspire."
9.Make the Hard Choice
“Great leaders make the hard choice, and self-sacrifice in order to enhance the lives of others around them. As a business owner, not only does your family rely on you - so too, do the
families of those who work for you. Each employee has a family. Even if you're a small business owner with four employees, you're in essence potentially responsible for an additional ten or fifteen people.”
10.Earn the Respect of the Team
“Having the ability to show respect, empathy, and care to those that follow you, are all attributed to being a great leader. Earning respect is crucial to a successful relationship with
someone, while also showing that you care about their work or ideas. Being empathetic allows a leader to tap into the emotions of that individual in order to connect in a way that lets that
a person knows you understand what it means to be in their situation. Combining all three of these traits can definitely make someone a great leader.
11.Know the Team
"Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of every individual to effectively manage the outcome of a team is imperative for success. Leaders have a great vision and use the resources at hand
to solve problems. They take risks and make hard decisions, knowing they could sometimes be wrong. Those are the most important qualities of a real leader that work similarly in our professional
and personal lives."
12.Articulate a Clear Vision
“A great leader possess a clear vision, is courageous, has integrity, honesty, humility and clear focus. He or she is a strategic planner and believes in teamwork. Great leaders help people
reach their goals, are not afraid to hire people that might be better than them and take pride in the accomplishments of those they help along the way.”
13.Push People to Be Their Best
"Great leaders have clarity of purpose and are great at articulating their beliefs. I aspire to be the kind of leader that pushes people to be the very best they can be but still make
people feel safe because it starts with the heart."
14.Serve a Greater Cause
“Great leadership is determined by one’s periodical blend of personal humility and unparalleled will to lead others in service of a cause bigger than themselves. Great leaders are incredibly
ambitious, but never for themselves. Rather, they are ambitious for the company and possess the will do do whatever is necessary in service of this greater cause.”
15.Do Not Lead by Force
“A great leader does not lead by forcing people to follow. Instead, a great leader motivates people. They encourage others to follow them. They also lead by example, which few leaders do

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