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the nine personal attributes of leadership
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THE NINE FACES OF LEADERSHIP

Presented by: Adeline P. dela Cruz For MBA 512: Dynamics of Change and Corporate Leadership 1 July 16, 2011

CHARISMA

Instills faith, respect, and trust. Has a special gift of seeing what others need to consider. Conveys a strong sense of mission.2

CHARISMATIC LEADERS

Charm and grace are all that is needed to create followers. Self-belief is a fundamental need of leaders. People follow others that they personally admire. The Charismatic Leader gathers followers through dint of personality and charm, rather than any form of external power or authority. Charismatic Leaders use a wide range of methods to manage their image and, if they are not naturally charismatic, may practice assiduously at developing their skills. They may bring trust through visible self-sacrifice and taking personal risks in the name of their beliefs. They will show great confidence in their followers. They are very persuasive and make very effective use of body language as well as verbal language. 3

INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

Coaches, advises, and teaches people who need it. Actively listens and gives indications of listening. Gives a lot of help to newcomers.4

CONSIDERATION

The extent to which a leader is likely to have job relationships characterized by mutual trust,

respect for subordinates ideas, and regard for their feelings

INTELLECTUAL STIMULATION

Gets others to use reasoning and evidence, rather than unsupported opinion. Enables others to think about old problems in new ways. Communicates in a way that forces others to rethink ideas that they had never questioned 6 before.

COURAGE Benazir Bhutto - Willing to stand up for ideas even if they are unpopular. Does not give in to pressure or to others' opinions in order to avoid confrontation. Will do what's right for the company and for employees even if it causes personal hardship.

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DEPENDABILITY

Follows through and keeps commitments. Takes responsibility for actions and accepts responsibility for mistakes. Works well independently of the boss.8

FLEXIBILITY

Functions effectively in changing environments. When a lot of issues hit at once, handles more than one problem at a time. Changes course when the situation warrants it.9

INTEGRITY

Does what is morally and ethically right. Does not abuse management privileges. Is a consistent role model.10

JUDGMENT

Reaches sound and objective evaluations of alternative courses of action through logic, analysis, and comparison. Puts facts together rationally and realistically. Uses past experience and information to bring perspective to present decisions.11

RESPECT FOR OTHERS

Honors and does not belittle the opinions or work of other people, regardless of their status or position.

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