What makes a good leader? I believe that to become a good or even great leader one either has to be participating or tentative, what differentiates the two is how you go about applying them and how you integrate them into your specific style of leading. Moreover I think that a leader must lead by example, admit when they're wrong, and recognize their subordinates' weaknesses and individual strengths. What type of leader am I? I would like to think of myself as a colorful, loud, energetic, and very outspoken leader that leads by example and doing. I hope to someday become a better honed and articulated leader, one that my subordinates can confide in and come to with anything they feel needs my attention. Moreover I want to be made into a well-respected and admirable leader, one whom my subordinates can perhaps aspire to be. I believe that the many strengths I have to bring to the leadership level are, being able to speak up when things are not going the way they should be, knowing when to stop at something, and knowing the right outlets to use in order to get what's needed to accomplish the mission in a timely, efficient, and standardized way. Finally, a good leader has to be faithful to his group members and activities. This in turn, will result in an atmosphere of assurance among subordinates. Having faith in my abilities and the world around me, I will gain a stronger inspiration and inspire others in the process.
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