Developing the leadership qualities necessary for success is possible!
Some people will debate for hours on whether a leader is born or made? Is leadership and management the same thing? Is one particular personality type more or less likely to succeed as a leader?
For every question you have about leadership there are a hundred and more answers.
We all have our own opinion, and you are entitled to it. This is mine…
We can also debate all day, all year in fact on whether these should be called qualities, traits, characteristics, personality and so on. All of these terms are relevant, yet the debate about which is most critical is probably the cause of procrastination and deadlock.
Does it help if we spend some considerable time arguing about whether this should be a trait or a qaulity? For the purists perhaps, the academics certainly, but for you? Don;t you just want to know how to be a better leader and do better leadership?
For those who simply want to get on with developing their leadership – scroll down the page and find the links to the different qualities. For those who want to bear with the academic justification of all this qualities bit… read on.
I turn to the trusty and ever-ready dictionary.com
qual·i·ty;[kwol-i-tee] noun, plural -ties,
Why does superiority matter?
Between you and me OK, there are some characteristics of leaders, some traits if you prefer, that whilst they do indeed make up who that leader is and how they behave… these are not the sort of things that we really want to encourage.
I had a teacher in primary school for example, Miss Cripps her name (I kid you not). She was the leader in our classroom. Now she ruled that classroom and dominanted it. Speak out of turn, or God forbid, desperately need a bathroom break and raise a hand to actually ask permission resulted in a swift ruler over the knuckles. (When I said ruled I mean metaphorically and as it happens her weapon of choice).
Yes I probably deserved many of the beatings I received. Was she a leader? Yep! Was she a good leader? In the sense that order reigned supreme, a classroom of thirty 7 year olds was quiet and respectful… I guess she was then. Did we learn stuff? I think so, I certainly remembered to not drink water, juice or milk before school (just in case) and I definitely learned that tattle taling on my best friend was far better than taking the balme for a misdemenor…
She had character, she had traits and she had a ruler! Do I think that anyone else should emulate these? No way.
Did she posses leadership qualities? Maybe, but I never saw them.
So, I stick with Leadership Qualities as my preferred term.
I impact the world one person at a time. I am a maker and breaker of moulds. I love to coach and teach others, I know that there is no such thing as a "standard" set of instructions or curriculum for everyone. I see people as a series of exceptions, and my genius is figuring out ways for you to leverage and capitalise on these exceptions, to break the mould as I guide you. I am pulled by each person's unique style of learning, and if this means tossing out the textbook and finding a different way to help someone learn and hacking the art and neuroscience of expert leadership, then so be it. I thrive to #Unstuck your Potential to #UnLock your Performance and #UnLeash your Power one person at a time, and where the need for change is urgent and unbounded.
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