Leadership Principles

Daniels, Sharon
April 2005
Leadership Excellence;Apr2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p10
The article focuses on leadership qualities and principles. Five qualities that a leader must develop to be successful in achieving results through others are: quality of being collaborative; quality of being inventive; quality of being skilled; quality of being a visionary; and, quality of being mindful. Besides, following are the six basic principles that a leader must follow: focus on the situation, issue or behavior, not on the person; maintain the self-confidence and self-esteem of others; maintain constructive relationships; take initiative to make things better; lead by example; and, think beyond the moment.


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