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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!



  • 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