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Leadership is a choice, not a position

Updated: May 30, 2023


What is leadership?

Leadership is the process of influencing and inspiring others to work towards a common goal, creating coherence and motivation. A leader can be anyone who positively influences others and inspires them to dream, learn, and grow. They prioritize the well-being of others and have the power to shape nations, communities, and organizations.


Why does anyone need to become a leader?

Being a leader doesn’t mean that to become a leader in some organizations and in some workplaces. In fact, being a leader means one can lead one’s own life in a meaningful and proper manner. Leader means that they can raise their voice for their own choice, rights, opinion, and respect in their own life as well as for others.


What qualities are needed to become a good leader?

Certainly! Here are the qualities of a good leader:

  • Visionary: A good leader has a clear vision and is able to inspire and motivate others to work towards a common goal.

  • Integrity: Leaders with integrity earn the trust and respect of their team by consistently acting ethically and being true to their values.

  • Excellent Communication Skills: Effective communication is crucial for a leader to articulate their vision, provide guidance, and listen to their team members.

  • Empathy: Good leaders understand and empathize with the emotions and experiences of their team members, fostering a supportive and inclusive work environment.

  • Adaptability: Leaders who can adapt to changing circumstances and embrace innovation are better equipped to navigate challenges and seize new opportunities.

  • Decisiveness: A good leader is able to make timely and informed decisions, considering various perspectives and weighing potential outcomes.

  • Accountability: Leaders take responsibility for their actions and decisions, setting an example for their team and promoting a culture of accountability.

  • Resilience: Leaders must be resilient in the face of setbacks and challenges, demonstrating perseverance and the ability to bounce back from adversity.

  • Empowers Others: A good leader delegates tasks, trusts their team members, and empowers them to take ownership and contribute their skills and ideas.

  • Continuous Learning: Leaders who embrace a growth mindset actively seek opportunities for personal and professional development, fostering a culture of lifelong learning within their team.

  • Builds Relationships: Leaders build strong relationships based on trust, respect, and effective collaboration, creating a positive and cohesive team dynamic.

  • Inspires and Motivates: A good leader inspires and motivates their team through their own enthusiasm, passion, and positive attitude, creating a sense of purpose and commitment.

  • Leads by Example: Leaders lead by example, demonstrating the behaviors and work ethic they expect from their team members.

These qualities collectively contribute to a leader's ability to effectively lead, inspire, and bring out the best in their team.


drafted by Bina, Daisy (Volunteers)


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