skills related to emotions that permit both to take sense of belonging and level of motivation. Besides this, it also avoid the fall into emotional disengagement and de-empowerment along with management of conflicts that arise in the company. It is also important to maintain contacts that are constant with the individuals to modify and modulate the interventions. Conclusion A leader when he successfully completes his role is recognized by several aspects, and it becomes a testimony of life as an example. It also has an unmistakable authority and conquers the respect and admiration of people through characteristics that it possesses as, thinking, speaking and acting. Leadership is detected through the behavior and characteristics such as knowing how to influence people, listening, teaching and many more. However, the leader just as any other employee needs encouragement to exercise his or her function successfully. There are ingredients that are fundamental in motivating a leader's career, such as transparency, autonomy, opportunities to show who is doing a good job. Performance of employees is due to the behavior of the leader, the greater the degree of employee motivation and satisfaction, the results will be greater, so the leader must always meet
the need for employees and the organization as a whole, always seeking and aiming for the success of each with encouragement and effort.
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