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7 Qualities that make a great leader

One of the most rewarding positions in the world is being a leader but it also the most difficult one. There are certain traits that are exhibited by the great leader and which make them hugely successful. When things do not go as planned, it is their leadership qualities that shine through the worst of times. These are the qualities other people look up to. You can also embrace these qualities and become a great leader.

Focus:

In order to be a good leader, you cannot stay distracted by smaller things. You need to get few of the important things done with complete focus and develop an incredible selective ignorance from other trivial matters.

Confidence:

A leader is supposed to have a clear vision that shows the inner confidence. You need to gain respect by showing up with assertiveness in your own field.

Transparency:

As a leader, it is important to 100 percent authentic, open and sometimes flawed but passionate about your work. This will allow you the freedom to be consistent and present.

Passion:

You cannot be truly successful at something unless you are fully passionate about it. You need to constantly work for achieving bigger goals in life.

Patience:

The journey towards achieving your goals is full of obstacles so you need to have the patience to test your commitment to your cause.

Open-mindedness:

One of the greatest traits of successful leaders is their open-mindedness. They are determined about their goals but are flexible to the arising changes around them.

Optimism:

There is a sense of positivity in everything for great leaders. They create a culture of optimism in order to achieve greatness. They do not let their positivity get shaken by the ups and downs of their journey and are fearless of making impossible things possible.

Via: Entreprenuer

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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