Motivating people to accomplish a common goal is not enough to be a great leader. We strive to be transformational leaders who must be inspiring and encouraging while leading by example.
There is a fine line between achieving good and achieving greatness. Excellence is declaring that mediocrity is not satisfying enough and that being the best in everything is always the goal, no matter what it takes.
Taking ownership for one’s actions and decisions is never easy but is a courageous act of taking responsibility despite what the consequences may be.
Is simply doing what you normally do not want or like to do but you do it anyway to the best of your abilities because it is called for.
The ability to emotionally understand what other people feel, see things from their point of view, and imagine yourself in their place. Not being quick to judge but to think first of the other person and what they are going through.
Showing honor and care about another’s thoughts and feelings. It is the acceptance and understanding of another person’s views and decisions and co-existing peacefully with those differences despite disagreements.
Recognizing that others may have needs and making oneself available to service those needs even when it is not expected or expressed. The service is given free will and nothing is expected in return.
Openness to correction, acceptance, and an unboastful countenance as we relate with others around us. It is a self awareness that others may know more than us and we can learn from them.
Comes from the root word “integer” which means one. Integrity means you are one and the same person in any situation and will make the same decisions even when no one else sees you. It is honesty and moral uprightness at any time and in any situation.
Unwavering desire to achieve a purpose or objective and not giving up until the goal is achieved finding creative and out of the box solutions to reaching the finish line.