He explained that most people outside of work fill their minds with either negative news through the media or stimulus that provides little food for thought.
Rather than spending time watching the news or reading the paper, this candidate reads literature that inspires and sparks his creative mind. He explained that some of his best ideas were initiated through reading and in his quiet moments inspiration blossomed.
After listening to this dynamic director I began to think of the other strong leaders who have crossed my path. The most impressive leaders I have met over the years all were blessed with strong people skills. People seem to gravitate towards them.
Their positive outlook on life acts like a beacon to attract other like-minded, talented, ambitious and positive people. Leaders have great attitudes and are focused on the big picture. To these people, the wins and losses of daily life are like water off a duck’s back.
The other common theme was that when a true leader left a company he or she attracted the top talent in the market.
True leaders understand that it takes time, energy, effort and personal sacrifice to lead a team. Leadership is taken, not given. Leaders aren’t born they are made. And they are made just like anything else – through hard work. And that’s the price we’ll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal says Vince Lombardi.
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