It's time of our 'F' installment of Datavo's Business Leaders Attributes by Letter series. You can catch up by reading 7 Effective 'E' Examples of Efficient Leader.
Let's get started with the 'F's...
A leader may have fear because of their higher profile that may amplify their failures. A great leader can acknowledge their fear and then push past it with decisive actions.
Being flexible and versatile is a major advantage for anyone that wants to be successful. Great leaders know when it is necessary for them to bend and make a change or when they need to stand tall and keep steady.
Everyone has thoughts that wander or things that make them lose focus of their current task. A great leader is able to map out their plan and stay with it until they're done.
Having a sense of humor about things will lessen your stress. Productive leaders know there is a line for when to be serious and when they can lighten the mood.
Playing favorites or treating employees differently is the fastest way to lower your office morale. Employees want to know that they will be treated fairly and given a chance, great leaders make this happen.
The meaning of being frank is being honest. Honesty is always the best policy and makes people respect you more. Being frank may lead to you giving your employees constructive criticism that will help them be a better worker.
No one wants to be common, ordinary or simple. Fearless leaders are astounding, awesome, marvelous, remarkable, and fabulous.
To end our list, lets go over 7 'F' words that efficient leaders would never want to be - feeble, frightening, forgetful, fraudulent, futile, failed, or fanatical.
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 'G' adjectives.