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Not every leader is benevolent. Many leaders have insight, initiative, influence, and impact but their lives and legacies are tainted by a lack of integrity.
A great leader must have a life integrated with the highest values so the impact of his/her leadership is positive.
An authentic leader draws people and compels them to act with his vision and values. He also gives off a positive vibe and is good at persuading others to his point of view.
Authentic leaders lead by example and don’t ask others to do what they are unwilling to do themselves.
This kind of behavior instills confidence and courage and communicates the kind of dedication that earns trust.
Leaders need wisdom and discernment for the present. They need to be able to look at complex situations, gain clarity, and determine a course of action.
Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon was always a stubborn believer in his vision. It was his vision that gave birth to innovations like Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited along with rewarding.
Leadership is all about developing a vision and following it to create a better future.
The moral framing of leadership does not consider the real complexities and difficulties that leaders face.
Sometimes, being pragmatic necessitates doing seemingly bad things to achieve good results. This means that leaders may have to act in strategic misrepresentation, contrary to their own feelings.