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4. Listening to others

Being a leader not genuinely means that you know everything and not to care of any others opinion or knowledge but to be caring about what the one want to say and listening it carefully and attentionally to work upon even after not to accept what all said having ideas to listen them makes other to be uplifted

5. Stay Flexible

A person who is rigid or refuses to have new ideas, views , doing the tasks a new way or working with ongoing tradition not to change himself would no more trustworthy or less productive

It does not mean that to change the all aspects but with time

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