Leadership is the art of getting
someone else to do something
you want done because he wants
to do it. – Dwight Eisenhower

The Ideal Leader


There are no formulas available that can teach the ideal leadership style, since what works for some people may not work for others and what works at times doesn’t work all the time. The ideal leader for your role in the workplace should be based on a variety of factors, including:

  • 1. The qualities and characteristics established by you and your organization.
  • 2. The skills and knowledge that are necessary to speak the language of your organization or niche.
  • 3. The particular strengths that are important to those around you and the mission of your business or goal.

Without thinking thoroughly about this, nor jumping ahead in this blog, list the qualities, skills and strengths of the ideal leader for your role in the workplace.

  • 1. For each item you have listed, on a 1-10 scale, how do you rate yourself compared to your ideal image? If you want, here’s an opportunity. Create a plan to bridge the gaps you listed and write the plan here in the comment section.

Example: Time Management (SELF-CARE) – My plan is to take one hour a day and dedicate that time to my self-care. One hour of doing some sort of exercise to increase my energy and physical stamina at work.


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  1. Goutham
    All blogs are very nice

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