by Tony Richards
The past few years, with much help from people like John Maxwell (of whom I am eternally grateful), leadership has been a focus among organizations.
This has spawned the creation of many leadership events and retreats designed to rally the troops and create more leadership. However, leadership is not an event. I, myself, have conducted many leadership retreats where shirts were printed, books were handed out, nice book bags with logos were given, commitments were made and … nothing happened.
Behavior did not change. Everyone became super excited at the event, but no one changed any behavior. Success depends on well planned, consistent behavior.
At least 20% of being a leader requires attributes and skills.
An attribuute is defined as: a quality or characteristic inherent in or ascribed to someone or something. In otherwords, it’s something that is part of who you are as a person.
Key attributes for a great leader to possess include:
Things to consider:
What are your key attributes and how can you improve them?