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Joyce Barron
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Excellent customer service, quality, business analyst, project management skills. Out of date PMP, business management degree, certified business and life coach. Heavy banking, health insurance and other industry experience #workfromhome #jobsearch #businessanalyst #projectmanagement #quality #customerservice #insurance #risk #softwaretesting

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over 6 months ago

Being a good leader is not an easy task. It requires a combination of skills, qualities and characteristics that are essential for leading a group of people towards a common goal. A good leader is someone who inspires, motivates and guides their team to success. In this article, we will explore the qualities it takes to be a good leader and how to develop them.

  1. Communication Skills Effective communication is one of the most important qualities a leader should possess. It involves the ability to convey ideas, goals, and expectations clearly and concisely. A good leader should be a skilled listener, able to understand the concerns and needs of their team members. They should also be able to provide constructive feedback to their team members, both individually and collectively.

  2. Visionary A good leader has a clear vision for the future. They are able to articulate a compelling vision that inspires and motivates their team to work towards a common goal. This vision should be realistic, attainable and aligned with the values of the organization.

  3. Integrity Integrity is the foundation of good leadership. A leader should be honest, transparent, and accountable. They should lead by example and demonstrate ethical behavior at all times. A good leader should prioritize the interests of the organization and its team members above their own.

  4. Empathy Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. A good leader should be able to empathize with their team members and understand their concerns and needs. This helps to build trust and foster a positive work culture.

  5. Decision-making skills Leaders are often required to make tough decisions. A good leader should be able to make timely and informed decisions that are in the best interests of the organization. They should be able to analyze information, consider different perspectives, and weigh the pros and cons of different options.

  6. Adaptability The ability to adapt to changing circumstances is crucial for good leadership. A good leader should be able to adjust their plans and strategies to meet the changing needs of the organization. They should be flexible, open-minded, and willing to learn from their experiences.

  7. Confidence Confidence is an important quality for good leadership. A good leader should be self-assured and confident in their abilities. This helps to inspire confidence in their team members and build trust.

  8. Motivational A good leader should be able to inspire and motivate their team to achieve their goals. They should be able to recognize and reward their team members for their hard work and achievements. This helps to build a positive work culture and fosters a sense of loyalty and commitment.

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George Ameyaw Sasu
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over 6 months ago

A LOL moment #Quality Control Company Limited (COCOBOD)

I advised a colleague to love the job more than himself,he laughed and thanked me for the encouragement.

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Chrystal Lauritzen
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over 6 months ago

What I loved about working at #Quality Inn by Choice Hotels was

I loved my managers and getting to know people

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Scott Silvers
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over 6 months ago

O.Q.P. These three letters I keep close to me so when I need to transform these three letters into actionable words, they are more easily accessible. When I first learned of the Only Quality People (O.Q.P.) method, I already knew that who I hung around I may eventually become. That thought never remained in my thoughts, though; it would merely surface now and again. I never thought other people could really affect me in any kind of way when it came to moving myself forward. Then I heard it differently, and it was an ah ha moment as I reflected back and saw the role others played throughout my life. This is a tough concept to follow because how do we judge the quality in a person? How do we rate them? I myself do not ever judge a person by what someone else has told me about them. In fact I don’t judge people at all. I simply see how they are with me. If they don’t come with an angle and they don’t do me wrong, I view them as a good person and I trust them. Because I view them as a good person doesn’t mean that I also view them as quality person. When I decide if they are OQP I look at their life to see if they are moving in a forward positive direction, are they involved in things that move them forward. This is important to me because I have been in a constant motion moving forward for as long as I can remember, and it bothers me when I feel like I’m not. And when I feel like I'm not, I’m not happy. I am also the type that doesn’t deal with stress real well, so when unhappiness leads to stress, I don’t get anything done to move me forward. People that do not have my best interest in mind, those who always have an angle, who try to get over on me, those I have to keep a third eye on, those I know I can’t trust cause me stress and prevent me from moving forward. That is what I mean by OQP. Disassociating myself from their lives doesn’t mean I think I’m better than them, it doesn’t mean I think they will never be successful. It just means that they hinder my forward progression, which is unacceptable to me. I think this video will say it much better than I have tried to. Just something, for those who may be interested, to ponder. Click the link below for a two-minute video that may help you in your forward progression, which will help in your job search, as you practice O.Q.P.

https://youtu.be/wdmYU28wQZk

#career #quality #forward #smart #jobsearch

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Daniell Sims
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over 6 months ago

Better pay

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Derrick Williams
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over 6 months ago

Something I learned at #Quality steel production ...

Great environment of staff and employees #jobsearch

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Christopher Parmer
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over 6 months ago

Before your interview at #Quality store fixtures make sure to...

If you don't work hard your not staying

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Vicki Morgan
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over 6 months ago

To land a job at #Quality inn I would make sure to...

The people r so kind an caring they play as a team all pull together to get it done.

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over 6 months ago

#quality academic work

I offer quality writing skills in various topics under healthcare and nursing. Health and biological questions may be very difficult to tackle, especially in cases where one doesn't understand basic concepts. However worry less, I will deliver the best service and paper that suits the value for your money. What are you waiting for, message me and I will respond in no time!

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