employees or staff, but in a manner which is professional (Foster-Fishman PG, 2001). Other qualities a good leader will possess are delegating tasks, building relationships, and sharing decision making. Out of these last three qualities, I find building relationships is important with sharing the leadership role in decision making. Anyone can delegate tasks, but to unite and give others the chance to be part of the decision process shows that good quality.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD LEADER 3Challenges and StrengthsA couple of challenges I may face are dealing with are conflict and delegating a task to others. I am not the type of person who deals well with conflicting issues unless the matter becomes too problematic then I would need to step forward. Also giving out tasks I feel I may come off a bit harsh, which is not my intension, but sometimes that does happen in my case. It may be my approach or delivery on how I speak, which is a trait I will need to work on. I find these the two biggest concerns at the moment, but a good leader should be able to do these things.As a strength I have, it has to be my communication and relationship building skills. Every job I have ever held, communication was always my strong point. I believe this is because I am good at public speaking or giving my opinion to others. Then when it comes to building relationships, I excel well in this area too. Compromising with others is one way of building
- Summer '16
- Mabel Menard
- Decision Making, good leader