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DYNAMICS OF LEADERSHIPS What it Takes to be a Leader: A Primer Samuel R. Chand
The following list, not in any priority order, is to serve as a primer for discovering the traits, ingredients and make-up of a leader.
1. Calling 2. Motivations 3. Attitudes 4. Integrity 5. Planning 6. Preparation 7. People person
8. Discernment 9. Authority 10. Spirituality 11. Skill preparation 12. Strategic preparation 13. Courage 14. Wisdom
15. Credibility 16. Relationships 17. Networking 18. Ability to see the big-picture 19. Focus 20. Communication 21. Conflict resolution
22. Change agent 23. Vision 24. Teachability 25. Core values 26. Mission 27. Organized 28. Delegation
29. Personal development 30. Benchmarking 31. Decision making 32. Priorities 33. Relationships with other leaders
34. Continuous development 35. Theologically balanced
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