Develop These Qualities To Strengthen Your Leadership

David Mendlewicz
October 5, 2016
Develop These Qualities To Strengthen Your Leadership

What are the characteristics of a great leader? Here is a list of stand-out leadership qualities to implement as a manager that will ensure engagement and happiness among your team members:


“A leader instills confidence and ‘followership’ by having a clear vision, showing empathy and being a strong coach.—Barri Rafferty, CEO, Ketchum North America


“I’ve never bought into the concept of ‘wearing the mask.’ As a leader, the only way I know how to engender trust and buy-in from my team and with my colleagues is to be 100 percent authentically me. It has allowed me the freedom to be fully present and consistent. They know what they’re getting at all times. No surprises.”—Keri Potts, senior director of public relations, ESPN


“Our employees are a direct reflection of the values we embody as leaders. If we’re playing from a reactive and obsolete playbook of needing to be right instead of doing what’s right, then we limit the full potential of our business and lose quality talent. If you focus on becoming authentic in all your interactions, that will rub off on your business and your culture, and the rest takes care of itself.”—Gunnar Lovelace, co-CEO and cofounder, Thrive Market


“People always say I’m a self-made man. But there is no such thing. Leaders aren’t self-made; they are driven. I arrived in America with no money or any belongings besides my gym bag, but I can’t say I came with nothing: Others gave me great inspiration and fantastic advice, and I was fueled by my beliefs and an internal drive and passion. That’s why I’m always willing to offer motivation—to friends or strangers on Reddit. I know the power of inspiration, and if someone can stand on my shoulders to achieve greatness, I’m more than willing to help them up.”—Arnold Schwarzenegger, former governor of California

Source: Entrepreneur

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