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10 Traits All Leaders Needs, Part 1

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Leadership can be an abstract term that is hard to define. Yet, everyone recognizes a leader when they see them. Top executives, managers, and bosses are constantly looking for leaders in their organizations to take to the next level.

Here are the top 5 traits that all leaders must possess.

Do you have what it takes?

[row][dropcap style=”simple”]1[/dropcap]Passion.
The best leaders are passionate about their jobs. This doesn’t mean they are in love with every aspect of their position, but leaders get excited about the impact of what they do. For example, a leader in the financial services industry may not like making spreadsheets, but she is passionate about helping her clients reach their goals for retirement. If nothing in your current job excites you, consider changing careers because passion is the prime motivator for leadership.[/row] [row][dropcap style=”simple”]2[/dropcap]Excellent Communication Skills.
Great leadership requires the pursuit of relationships with peers, staff, and clients. Leaders engage in active listening, by focusing on what the speaker is saying and often paraphrasing to ensure they understand the speaker’s main concerns. This makes the speaker comfortable and confident that the leader cares about their needs and will do their best to address them.[/row] [row][dropcap style=”simple”]3[/dropcap]Organized.
Leaders have to be organized. Organization leads to higher productivity, more efficiency, and the accomplishment of company goals.[/row] [row][dropcap style=”simple”]4[/dropcap]Adaptable.
Leaders must always be the first to adapt. Successful leaders must maintain flexibility and open-mindedness to create a work environment that embraces change.[/row] [row][dropcap style=”simple”]5[/dropcap]Take Ownership.
Leaders take responsibility for their organizations at all times. This doesn’t mean you excuse bad behavior, but employees must believe that you have their backs in good times and in bad times. This creates a culture of trust and accountability.[/row]