Thursday, February 14, 2013

7 Effective 'E' Examples of Efficient Leaders

We're back with our 'E' installment of Datavo's Business Leaders Attributes by Letter series. You can catch up by reading 7 Dynamic 'D' Descriptors of Diligent Leaders.

Let's get started with the 'E's...

By performing or functioning in the best possible manner with the least waste of time you will save your company money in the long run. When your employees and team members notice they will strive to be better just like you are.

If you are able to remain on the cutting edge you will move your company forward to the future. To do this you must stay up on the most effective ways and processes of getting your work done.

Being eloquent does not mean only using big words. It means that you can effectively communicate with your audience with vocabulary appropriate for them to comprehend. You must strive to be elegant in the simplicity of your messages.

By giving support, confidence and hope to your employees and team members you will make them better. When they know that you have faith in their work they will be willing to go above and beyond to help you.

By conducting business in a honest and moral way you will keep your employees and clients coming back. People want to work with people that they know are fair and will not cheat them.

People have issues in life and great leaders know when they need to lend an empathetic ear to their employees and clients. When you employees know that they are cared about they will work harder. When you customers know they are cared about they will continually bring you business.

Being exemplary means you are are admirable, ethical, honorable, virtuous, and worthy. Great leaders take these qualities to heart and live by them at all times. 

To end our list, lets go over 7 'E' words that efficient leaders would never want to be - egregious, elusive, enraged, envious, erratic, erroneous, or egotistical.

Feel free to leave any words you think we left off or would have on your own list in the comments. Make sure to look out for our next list of 'F' adjectives.

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