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What makes a good leader?

What makes a good leader?

The world has various standards for who a leader should be, how they should act, what they should do, and how they should command respect but being a good leader may at times mean different things. Some of these things are as follows.

A good leader is someone who has a vision. The leader does not have to have experience. All a leader needs to have is optimism and faith in their vision to the capacity of convincing others in believing in that vision.

Another angle to the definition of a good leader is someone who makes the right decisions 8 out of 10 times. Someone who knows to choose wisely most of the time and puts his or her followers first. No one is perfect hence, 8 out of 10 times.

A follower that is too good, commands the respect of a leader. A loyal, diligent and trustworthy follower commands the respect of other followers and makes their faith in the leader grow even more. A follower that is always there when others are not, to give advice and feedback on the actions of a leader. The follower him/herself is an example of a leader in their capacity.

Lastly, a leader is someone who is a responsible problem-solver. If you have a problem and you run from it or push it to others then you might start working on it because that is not what a leader does.

We are all made by God to be leaders wherever we are and in whatever capacity. No matter where you are today, have the mindset of a leader and work towards being good at it.

Start now! I hope this helps.

Thank you💞


26 responses to “What makes a good leader?”

  1. True words. That’s what makes a quality leader

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  2. A good leader is a problem solver! The ability to think ahead to create solutions to problems before they even happen is also key. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. My people is praying for a good leader. The present bunch is corrupt to the core and tyrant.

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    1. Good leaders are scarce… We all hope that our leaders will serve rightly.

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  4. Hephzibahilesanmi Avatar

    Wish we have this in our country

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  5. Yes Darra what a truthful blog post about leadership. Leaders are thinkers and people with a vision.
    Also, I like your blog, I just followed it it is nice👏

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    1. Thank you very much, I’ll make sure to check yours too


  6. Hey! I love the being of Child of God part! Exactly!

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    1. As a child of God, you were born with the potentials of a leader


  7. 1. Integrity: they act ethically and honestly in their dealings with others.
    2. Visionary: they have the foresight to make strategic decisions that yield positive outcomes.
    3. Communication: they can express their thoughts and ideas effectively through both verbal and written communication in order to engage and motivate others.
    4. Responsible: they take ownership of their decisions and hold themselves accountable for the results.
    5. Empowerment: they share authority, trust and respect with employees to foster a sense of autonomy and growth.
    6. Resourceful: they can think of creative solutions and use available resources to reach their objectives.
    7. Selfless: they are focused on achieving the goals of the group, not the individual.
    8. Positive: they remain upbeat and optimistic during difficult times.
    9. Respectful: they treat everyone with respect regardless of differences in backgrounds, beliefs, or experiences.
    10. Listening: they are able to take in different perspectives and draw meaningful insights from them.

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    1. This is very good, thank you very much

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  8. Great read thanks 👍!

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  9. An excellent, informative, and well-designed Website. Kudos! – ReChanneling

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