Analysis Of Not Everyone Can Be A Leader

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Not everyone can be a leader. As William Shakespeare once said, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them”. Not everyone can be a leader. Everyone has the ability to be a leader however, not everyone will use the ability they have to lead.
Leadership is defined as the position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group (Dictionary.com). A leader is assumed to be a know it all, be involved with decisions measured by the result he or she has achieved, can solve any problem. Many leaders may portray these characteristics, but not all. Personally, I believe that some of these characteristics are myths and would not help a leader succeed. Nobody wants a know it all leader. The best leaders are the ones who ask for suggestions and guidance from others. Someone who stands behind a leader does not stand by them because they are a know it all. They stand by them because they see the person representing them and responding to their needs. A leader is not always measured by their results. People back a
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I am the type of person who sees what I want and will take charge to get it. I have watched others who I thought were leaders and have learned from their accomplishments and mistakes. The leaders that I have witnessed, all have had a number of characteristic that either made them struggling leaders or dominate leaders. Although leaders have many characteristics, I have found that 3 or 4 of them really show through their leadership. The three leadership characteristics that I possess the most are passion, standards, and positivity. I am passionate in all that I do, if I was not I would not be doing it. I hold myself to very high standards in all that I do, even when it is my best, I push to be even better. Lastly, I am positive, no matter what I need to say I always try to put it in a positive way and keep the energy bright and
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