Is it worth fighting for?

Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924)

As a leader, how will your followers view you in tough situations? Are you standing firm on solid principles? Or do your morals change with the seasons?

You can be as solid as a rock or as shifty as the sand.

As a leader, you probably have a vision: a vision of how things should be done and the path it takes to get there. You’re not afraid to take risks and face the unknown. You know you’ll make mistakes but you do not let that deter you from reaching your goal.

You fight for what is right. ¬†You don’t tell your team what to do. You show them how to do it. Your positive energy and balanced approach to adversity leads them through the tough situations.

Your ability to think things through rather than panic, helps you become the leader others will want to follow.

Be the leader that inspires others to do the same.

“Absolute identity with one’s cause is the first and great condition of successful leadership.”
Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States (1913-1921)

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