Exceptional Leadership and Emotional Intelligence (2)

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Exceptional Leadership
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Leading With Conviction Personal conviction: is closely linked to vision because it conceptualizes a leader’s role. How to move the organization from its current world to an ideal world derived from several sources and instilled at an early age. It serves as a guiding compass. It provides strength to carry on The only one behind a cause
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Effective Leaders Consistently incorporate their personal conviction into their decision making Demonstrate strong moral principles “Walk their talk” Recognize convictions as personal, not universal Have high integrity and ethics
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Leading With Conviction Can Fall Short Leaders may have internal conflicts. Opposing pressures Sacrificing personal goals for the organization’s good Leaders may avoid or not have strong convictions. Leaders may focus on personal beliefs rather than the organizational beliefs Out for themselves
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Leading With Conviction Can Fall Short Leaders may not allow convictions to be expressed in work roles. Leaders may fail to see opportunities to support their convictions through their work.
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