When obstacles get in the way of a true great leader’s objective, they respond with more creative ways to solve the problem or reach their goal. They don’t believe in giving up. However, a true great leader doesn’t do this on their own—they encourage others to get involved in the process. They promote creativity and accept new ideas with open arms because a great leader realizes the importance of ideas from a diverse population. They know how essential it is for their followers to feel some responsibility towards the cause and to feel that they have some say in the outcome. This is how a great leader gains, and holds on to followers—by including and welcoming everyone (and their input) to the cause. This, I believe.
A great leader should be so determined to achieve their goal, whatever it may be, that they will stop at nothing to make it happen. By “goal,” I must mention that I mean a positive, selfless goal—one that is backed with good intentions and doesn’t aim to hurt or bring down others. A great leader is always willing to go the extra mile to do something great—and they inspire others to do the same. This, I believe.
A good leader can take an organization to the next level. I believe any kind of organization needs a leader with the qualities you mentioned above. I have seen few companies going bankrupt because of bad leadership. And then there are few which became so big with a good leadership and management.
To sum it up, leadership and management are skills that require an individual to be compassionate, a good delegator as well as consistent in his job.
If you face trouble in expressing the simplest of thoughts, then you are probably lacking what it takes to become a successful leader. As a leader, you are supposed to manage a team as well as also communicate the right thoughts and ideas in the most ethical way possible. To be able to express yourself is a great gift and a quality that every leader must possess. A good leader must also have a great sense of humor and should be able to crack jokes with the teammates, hence creating a light and healthy working environment for everyone.
Probably the first and foremost quality in a leader is his honesty. To be able to manage an entire team on your own is a huge responsibility and while it may seem to be falling apart at times, remember that you are responsible for everything that is happening with your team, hence you should always stay honest with your team members as well as your bosses. Your team is a reflection of how good a leader and manager you are.
Are you one of those individuals who have the guts to speak up when required as well as also stay unbiased no matter what the situation is? If yes, then you certainly have one of the most important qualities that make a great leader with unmatched management skills. A good character helps people in putting their trust in you, which as we know is a very important characteristic in the corporate world today. A leader with character and great commanding power is followed by people of his team as well as also admired by others.
Leadership and Management skills are two qualities that must go hand in hand. To become a leader is to be able to manage tasks as well as people efficiently. A good leader is someone who can communicate the right thoughts in the most effective manner as well as listen to others views and comments patiently. While some people are blessed with great leadership as well as management qualities, there are others who work hard on becoming the perfect boss. Leaders certainly have a never- ending list of responsibilities to take care of and it is definitely not everyone’s cup of tea. So here are a few qualities that make a good leader with management skills.
A great leader cares, and is always emotionally involved. They put their all into a task or cause—no matter how much time or effort it takes. They take responsibility for achieving their goal, until the end. They also take responsibility for their actions and accept any repercussions their actions might cause. This, I believe.
Ancient Chinas highest goddess, Hsi Huang Mu (Queen Mother of the West), found in the classic tale Journey to the West, also expresses aspects of yin/yang beliefs. As yin, this goddess is compassionate, promising immortality; as yang, she is a force who had the power to disrupt the cosmic yin/yang harmony. This pervasive fear that women could bring chaos by upsetting the cosmic harmony was an obstacle for women who aspired to male political leadership. Those who succeeded were accused of breaking one of natures laws, of becoming like a hen crowing. Years after her reign, this derogatory term was applied to Chinas only female emperor, (Tang dynasty, 625-705 C.E.).
There is, somehow, something very common in all the perspectives that are the philosophy behind the definition, which is related to choosing a best of the best person as their leader.
Who do we (the general public) consider to be good leaders?" The most obvious choices popped into my head: President of the United States, Congress Representatives, CEO's of large companies.