7. Versatile Adaptability
What the rapid ever changing technology landscape has created, is a quickly moving evolving economy and marketplace. What current leaders need is to be flexible and open in managing these challenges and charging opportunities.
To be nimble enough to pivot at a moments notice. Stubbornness, being “old school” is no longer effective, but being humble and willing to adapt is a sign of a great leader.
6. Always Be Honest
Whatever ethical plane that you hold yourself to, once you’re responsible for a group of people, it becomes imperative that you raise the bar as high as possible, to be authentic, genuine and honest.
Your business along with your employees are a reflection of you, and how real you come across. So make sure that you’re as honest and ethical as possible, and others will follow.
5. Be A Team Player
Regardless of where you work or how small your business is, what you do is interact with others on a daily basis. Allowing others to shine, encouraging them to be innovative, practicing humility, while agreeing with their demands without ego, will help you become a better brighter leader and more likeable.
What you need to set a culture of success, one that includes out-of-the-box thinking, and it’s up to you to lead the charge.