Strengths-Based Leaders

Conchie, Barry
February 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Feb2009, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p10
The article characterizes leaders that can manage organizations particularly amid financial crises. The most effective leaders refer to those who are focusing on their strengths and such awareness provides them high self-confidence and better view of work engagement. They are also found with people who complement their strengths. A sense of stability, trust, compassion, and hope in followers are the attributes of the most respected leaders.


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