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Personal Integrity

Integrity was considered to be the most desired trait in a leader as per the survey conducted with 1500 managers. For the team members to follow the instructions and directions of a leader, it becomes essential that the leader be truthful, ethical and principled.

To be successful as a leader, it is important to establish interpersonal trust and respect with the members of the team.

The leader must be ethical in their daily routine of leading a group to receive the admiration and loyalty of its members.

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