12 Characteristics of “All In” Leaders
Last week I wrote a post entitled, “Do You Fit the Bill?”
It described five essential qualities of a great leader. During my research this week I found an outstanding post
by Brad Lomenick. He notes, “I want leaders on my team who are “all in” and identified 12 characteristics of such leaders. I couldn’t have said it better.
<1. You don’t look at the clock, and you’re not punching a time card. Your role is not defined by 9 – 5.
<2. You get it done no matter how long it takes. You are “managerless,” meaning no one else has to worry about whether you are getting it done.
<3. You realize you are part of something bigger than yourself, and humbly accomplish the goals because of a larger motivation than just you.
<4. Giving just the “minimum” amount of effort required to get by without “getting in trouble” doesn’t even cross your mind.
<5. Your hard work and excellence is done with pure motives. You are not worried about climbing the ladder or impressing anyone
6. We is much more important than me. If I win, the team wins. If the team wins, I win.
7. You are willing and motivated to improve daily. Getting better at what you do is not a choice, it’s a requirement. Read the rest here!
I guess the question for each of us who lead our teams of affiliates, marketeers, associates or employees is: Are we “all in” leaders? Are we working with diligence, commitment and pure motives?
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