WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER?


WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER?

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Are you aware of what makes a great leader? This comparison table can give you an idea of what makes the difference between poor leadership and some truly inspiring. Let’s keep trying to reach our full potential!

AWESOME LEADERSHIP

AVERAGE LEADERSHIP

  • Visionary & forward looking to create a compelling future
  • Focus mostly on today.
 
  • High self-awareness (know your strengths and weaknesses).
  • Not aware of any weaknesses.
 
  • Is selfless, has high moral principles and acts humble.
  • Can be selfish and overbearing.
  • High integrity (honest and consistent in character).
  • Can be dishonest and not consistent in messaging.
 
  • Can be trusted and gains respect.                 
  • Not trusted or respected.
  • Lives up to all commitments.                                                                            
  • Can let others down.
  • Willing to ask others for help.
  • Not willing to admit you need help.
 
  • Admit mistakes openly.
  • Always looking for blame.
 
  • Sees potential in others and helps to develop them.
  • Can disrespect and ridicule others
 
  • Builds empowered teams.
  • Creates silos.

 

  • Encourages and takes input from others.
  • Never asks for input or alternate perspectives.
 
  • Holds others accountable.
  • Not willing or able to hold others accountable.
 
  • Promotes the benefits of constructive conflict.
  • Not able to help others resolve conflicts.
 
  • Does not shy away from difficult situations
  • Struggles to handle difficult situations well
  • Removes roadblocks.
  • Firefighting is a normal situation for self and team.
  • Asks great questions as a way to develop and expand other’s skills.
  • Tells people what to do.
 
  • Take responsibility for team results.
  • Tries not to own anything so they cannot be blamed.
  • Never uses position to influence others.
  • Use position for power to get things done
  • Will give credit to others.
  • Takes credit for other’s work.
 
  • Delegates effectively.
  • Delegates poorly if at all.
 
  • Continual learners..
  • Keep doing what you have always done.
 
  • Shares all they know.
  • Hoards information as a means of control or afraid others will excel.
 
  • Always working on better communication.
  • Assume you communicate well already