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  • Writer's pictureJillian Tedesco

5 Essential Qualities of a Good Leader

Being a good leader isn't just about giving orders and expecting them to be followed. It's about setting a positive example and creating an environment where your team can thrive and grow. To be a good leader, you need a range of skills and qualities, including time management, strategic thinking, and the ability to hold yourself and your team accountable.

But at the core of all of these qualities is a deep love and care for your team. Here are the five most important qualities that I think every good leader should have:

Humility: A good leader knows that they don't have all the answers and is open to listening to others and admitting when they're wrong. This humility helps build trust and respect among team members and creates a more open and collaborative environment.

Confidence: While humility is important, leaders also need to be confident in their decisions and their ability to guide the team. This confidence inspires others to follow and helps to build morale.

Self-discipline: Good leaders are self-disciplined and have the ability to stay focused and stay on track, even when faced with challenges or distractions. This discipline allows them to stay organized and get things done effectively.

Genuine care for people: A good leader cares deeply about their team and is invested in their well-being and development. This genuine concern for others helps create a positive and supportive work environment.

A desire for ongoing learning: No one knows everything, and good leaders recognize this. They are constantly seeking out new opportunities to learn and grow, both personally and professionally, in order to better serve and support their team.

By embodying these five qualities and approaching leadership with love and care, you can create a positive and successful work environment and inspire your team to reach their full potential. Throughout the next season, I will be spending a lot of time sharing how taking full ownership is required to become a good leader.

Even if you're not a leader of a team, you are the leader of your own life, you are a leader in your family, and you are a leader for your community. I hope you enjoy the upcoming focus on leadership!

In the meantime, ask yourself: “What kind of leader do I want to be?”





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