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Traits of Strong Leadership
Transcript of Traits of Strong Leadership
- Henry Kissinger http://qwi.ki/eVzz0y Above all else, leaders must have courage. It’s not that the courageous leader is not afraid.
Everyone is afraid at one time or another.
Courage is the will to press on, to do what is necessary and what is right, to overcome obstacles even when afraid.
It isn’t courage if you’re not afraid.
The only antidote for fear is courage Confidence is the unshakable belief in yourself that you can make happen what you want to happen. Confidence allows you to keep trying until you get better, to seek help and advice, to ignore those who are ready to tell you that it can’t be done.
Confidence is infectious.
If you believe in yourself, others will believe in you. Concentration has two parts 1) Persistence is the most important determining factor in an individual’s success.
Persistence is the unwillingness to quit until the goal is achieved.
Persistence does not require talent, only determination 2) Focus is the ability to stay on track, organize oneself, and reduce debilitating distractions.
Great leaders have the ability to separate what is immediately pressing from what is truly important. Passion=Commitment Passionate leaders are consistently enthusiastic, upbeat, and optimistic.
They bring a genuine joy to whatever they do.
Even when things are not going well, they can instill in others the belief that together they can make the situation better Leaders must have a strong sense of VALUES if they are to succeed in the long term. Values are enduring standards of behavior.
They are the stuff upon which our reputations are built. Leadership should be born out of the understanding of the needs of those who would be affected by it.
~Marian Anderson If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
~John Quincy Adams