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  • Someone whos not scared to be wrong.
  • Decent hearing is a must. No point in having someone in office that's not willing to listen to his advisor's or the little people.
  • There are three main things that make a good leader. The first is that a leader must practice what he/she preaches. Secondly, they must take care and protect those around him. Finally, a leader must be able to develop another good leader. # Challenges me to do my best. # Sets a good example. # Explains the reasons for instructions & procedures. # Helps me polish my thoughts before I present them to others. # Is objective about things. # Lets me make my own decisions. # Cares about me & how I'm doing. # Does not seek the limelight. # Won't let me give up. # Gives personal guidance & direction, especially when I'm learning something new. # Is empathetic & understanding. # Is firm but fair. # Keeps a results orientation. # Makes me work out most of my own problems or tough situations, but supports me. # Lets me know where I stand. # Listens exceptionally well. # Doesn't put words in my mouth. # Is easy to talk with. # Keeps the promises s/he makes. # Keeps me focused on the goals ahead. # Works as hard or harder than anyone else. # Is humble. # Is proud of those managers s/he has developed. # Gives credit where credit is due. # Never says "I told you so." # Corrects my performance in private. # Never flaunts authority. # Is always straight-forward. # Gives at least a second chance. # Maintains an open door policy. # Uses language that is easy to understand. # Lets bygones be bygones. # Inspires loyalty. # Really wants to hear my ideas & acts on them. # Lets me set my own deadlines. # Celebrates successes. # Is open & honest. # Doesn't hide bad news. # Gives me enough time to prepare for discussion. # Is enthusiastic. # Follows through. # Is patient. # Wants me to "stretch" my skills. # Gives me his/her full attention during discussions, & won't be distracted. # Has a sense of humor. # Handles disagreements privately. # Reassures me. # Makes me feel confident. # Tells me the "whole story." # Says "we" instead of "I". # Makes hard work worth it. # Can communicate annoyance without running wild. # Is courageous. # Insists on training. # Is a stabilizing influence in a crisis. # Gets everyone involved. # Wants me to be successful. # Is optimistic. # Operates well under pressure, or in a rapidly changing environment. # Has a reputation for competence with his/her own peers. # Has a good understanding of the job. # Is tough & tender. # Believes we can do it. # Sets attainable milestones. # Communicates philosophy & values. # Is perceptive; doesn't believe that everything needs to be spelled out. # Has a strong sense of urgency. # Preserves the individuality of his/her team members. # Thinks & operates at a level above that expected. # Wants to make the organization the best in the industry. # Is willing to act on intuition; believes feelings are facts. # Empowers us. # Is there when we need her/him. # Enjoys his/her job. # Likes to spend time with us.
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      Short, but sweet...like Miley Montana...
  • People choosing to follow.
  • The person in front...
  • 1-17-2017 A good leader is rare. Mostly you get drivers instead of leaders. When a group has a good leader, the members say "We did this ourselves."
  • Mathew 23:10 Neither be called leaders, for your Leader is one, the Christ.
  • Leadership is the art of leading others to deliberately create a result that wouldn't have happened otherwise.The characteristics of good leader: Self Awareness;You have an intimate knowledge of your inner emotional state. Self Direction:You're able to direct yourself effectively and powerfully. Vision:You're working towards a goals that greater than yourself. Ability to Motivate:Leaders don't lead by telling people what they have to do. Social Awareness:Understanding social networks and key influencers in that social network is another key part of leadership.

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