Leadership: 3 Traits That Shine When The Pathway Is Dark

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1. Great leaders take time to listen

Nothing engages and encourages a person more than feeling they have been heard and what they say is important.

2. Leaders made decisions without procrastination

While leadership requires one to take as many facts into account as possible to make a prudent decision, a leader must never be indecisive. Prudent, yes, but never indecisive.

3. Real leaders are “go-givers”, not “go-getters”

As a leader ask, “what can I give?” Leaders have big-picture visions. They get it. They grasp long-term planning and its importance and they understand the needs of others and put processes and actions in place to give before getting.

“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” Luke 6:38 (NIV).


There are a number of qualities that good leaders have, but three of the pillars are (1) they listen to others and make them feel they are important and what they have to say will be considered.



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Roy Landers

Roy Landers


Business attorney, entrepreneur, content marketer, and published author. I help you communicate your marketing message and generate sales. www.roylanders.com