LEADERSHIP TRAIT DEFINITIONS

1. Bearing – Creating a favorable impression, appearance.

2. Courage – Mental quality that recognizes fear of danger and criticism.

3. Decisiveness – Ability to reach sound decisions in a timely manner.

4. Dependability – Completing assigned tasks completely.

5. Endurance – Mental and physical strength.

6. Enthusiasm – Sincere interest in performing your task.

7. Initiative – Seeing what needs to be done and getting it done without being told to.

8. Integrity – Complete truth and honesty.

9. Judgment – Using facts to make sound decisions.

10. Justice – Being impartial and fair.

11. Knowledge – Learning information.

12. Loyalty – Faithfulness to your organization and yourself.

13. Tact – The ability to deal with others without causing offense.

14. Unselfishness – Placing the welfare of your subordinates ahead of your own.

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