Identifying Leadership Traits
For this assignment, a reflection on three leadership traits of a student learner at a well-known college will be identified to enhance professional growth. The specific traits include the following: (a) adaptability, (b) people skills, and (c) purposefulness. Apart from these three, four additional leadership traits were identified to enhance professional growth. They are the following: (a) aggressiveness, (b) bluntness, (c) complaining, and (d) impatience. An overview of these four traits is provided on the worksheet of page five of this document. In contrast to the leadership traits needing to be enhanced, the student is confident in the leadership strengths reflective to the following: (a) courage, (b) decisiveness, (c) delegates, (d) persistence, (e) sets priorities, and (f) resourceful. These lists of traits is what the student learners views as being more developed as far as far as leadership skills. To restate, this essay will focus on the three specific traits that can be done to enhance leadership skills. In any organization or business, excellent leadership skills are in demand and in some cases required. It doesn’t matter if a person is an entrepreneur, or an individual hoping to make it up the corporate ladder, great leadership traits are essential to reaching personal and professional goals. To adhere to the assignment guidelines of only three pages in length, only three traits will be reviewed in detail. The three leadership traits are adaptability, people skills, and purposefulness. Adaptability
Adaptability is an important leadership trait that every leader needs in their tool box. At this point, the student learner struggles with adaptability especially in the workplace. The student learner is developing ways to adapt to change and preparing backup plans to cope with issues or situations. For example, the student is currently doing the work of three employees. On Thursday, January 17, 2013, the student learner...
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