· Know how to put their best foot forward-First Impressions
· Are Knowledgeable about what they believe in
· Are Good Managers of Time
· Are Good Communicators
· Identify Stress and Coping Mechanisms to Manage Stress
How deep are your convictions on the things you believe in? What do you believe in SO MUCH about your work that you will stand up to anyone about it? How much are you willing to compromise your important beliefs? To what extent do your behavior and the choices you make align with your guiding values and principles?
Can you see, do you see where your department, team, and organization are going? How often do you talk about the ways in which what you are doing in your area is related to the overall mission? Do you think and speak inspiringly about what the organization is doing and about the future of the organization?
To what degree can you relinquish rigidity? Control? When is it easy and when difficult for you to embrace change? How do you react when things don’t go as planned?
To what extent do you value working cooperatively as part of a group? How do you promote teamwork among those you lead? In what ways do you work collaboratively with your peers? How do you handle team conflict?
When you have talented and effective leaders in your organization, you're well on your way to success. Develop these leadership skills in yourself and in your team members – and you'll see the performance and productivity of your entire team improve.