How You Can Develop the BEST Traits in Leadership

Business Observation: Sometimes the best leaders had zero intention to become a leader.

Lemme explain—better yet—lemme give you an example…

When Jackie Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, he never set out to become a leader. However, his courage and resilience in breaking the color barrier in baseball made him an iconic figure and a symbol of the Civil Rights Movement showcasing how impactful leadership can emerge from unexpected places and circumstances.

Now, courage and resilience are pretty common leadership traits, but I noticed FOUR (more underrated) leadership traits that made me pause and reflect when hearing his story. So, today, I’m sharing them with you!

In this episode, you’ll learn how you can develop the best traits in leadership, the three C's of composure, and how to use them to become a better leader.

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(00:00:53) My childhood obsession over a pair of shoes and what it taught me.

(00:03:36) A leader who did extraordinary things in his career and made a huge impact.

(00:04:44) The importance of blocking out distractions and visualizing success.

(00:08:47) How YOU can empower others to confront challenges.

(00:13:00) One of the most underrated qualities in leadership that leads to an environment of trust and collaboration.

(00:15:25) How to stay calm and focused during turbulent times in business.

(00:17:35) My personal experience with a leadership assessment and the discovery of her innate leadership qualities.

(00:20:26) The “three c's of composure” framework and how it can help you become a better leader.

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