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Leadership traits Leadership involves unifying a group of people in order to struggle towards a common goal. Leadership also involves recognizing the varying needs and motivations of one's followers and lifting one another to higher levels (Goertzen, 2009). As a leader, one should have the ability to recognize followers as individual members, make them aware of the outcomes, inspire them to be the best and at the same time impress on them a sense of teamwork that transcends any one person need. Team members recognize several traits in leaders that they consider authentic, these include transparency and integrity. This involves disclosing information about one's limitations and how it will impact the organization, which shows accountability in the leader (Lombard, et al., 2012).
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