I came across an interesting interview on qualities of leadership with Doris Kearns Goodwin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian. She had the following things to say which I thought might be of interest to your readers:
“A leader normally takes blame when things are wrong.
A leader normally shares credit when things are right.
A leader normally builds a team with people who are strong minded and can argue with him and then you get a purpose within that team.
A leader normally controls his negative emotions.
A leader normally communicates honestly and with truth.”
Aren’t these the qualities we want and need in our leaders?
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