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The five qualities of a great leader

Updated: Apr 7

  1. Wellbeing - a great leader is a well being.

  2. Character - a great leader is humble, hungry and people smart.

  3. Clarity - a great leader can easily articulate, and communicates, lives out and celebrates, a clear vision, values, strategic plan and top priority right now.

  4. Team - a great leader builds teams with vulnerability and robust discussions where people are bought in and hold one another accountable. Their team has collective goals that everyone owns.

  5. Meetings - a great leader checks in daily with the people they lead, meets weekly or fortnightly to discuss tactics and takes their team offsite at least once a year to look at big picture.


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