by Ariel Wiley
Some people were born great and some people achieve greatness through hard work and dedication. To be, not a good, but great leader in your community and extracurriculars takes these top ten qualities and skills according to Forbes.
·Honesty – Always be honest with yourself and your team because the best way to accomplish or overcome and obstacle is by talking about it.
·Ability to Delegate – Find what your team members enjoy working on and this will not only make your team more efficient, but the quality of work will be better.
·Communication – Communicate to be on the same page with your workers and they will learn to trust and even depend on your decisions.
·Sense of humor – Short laughing breaks or allowing your workers to take long weekends will keep the office, and you, happy!
·Confidence – Confidence is key, if you believe in yourself, so will your team members.
·Commitment – Work hard, and others will follow and respect you.
·Positive Attitude – To keep quality of work up and the energy, it takes positive vibes, give your workers positive vibes!
·Creativity – Don’t always play it safe by thinking inside the box, your co-workers will appreciate doing something different ever once in a while by thinking of new ways to solve problems.
·Intuition – Listen, watch and communicate to figure out what is right for the team and what isn’t.
·Ability to Inspire – Enthusiasm is a very powerful thing, work hard and respect your team members and they will want to do the same.
Of course, there are many other skills and traits that great leaders possess. These are just a few to think about when going into job interviews and preparing for the work place.