How To Spot Leaders You Can Develop

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When you are hiring people or looking for someone to do a specific job, usually, you have an idea in your head that you are looking for in the person. It also greatly depends on what you need them to accomplish for you today and in the future.

If you are looking for someone to be a leader of a project, group of people or a department, there are some things you need to look for in that person. Being a leader is sometimes a challenging task and some are not cut out for it. Here are some things to look for in a person that could mean they are leadership material.

1. Shows Positivity

If you are around someone who is constantly negative and never sees the bright side of things, it is going to tear you down over time. Even though the tasks of everyday life aren’t always happy and uplifting, being able to find the positive in things in order to keep the team going is important. When someone has leadership qualities, they usually show that they can turn a bad situation into a better one when needed.

2. Can Listen

If the people that they are leading don’t feel heard from them, they aren’t going to stick around. Jobs won’t be accomplished and people will be discouraged. Being able to listen to people and show them that they care about what they are saying shows that they are what it takes to be a great leader. This way the people that they are in charge of and teaching, feel that they can come to them with their concerns and needs.

3. Has Empthay

Having empathy means that you have the ability to hear someone and what they are going through. Being able to connect with people is very important when you are in a leadership position. Dealing with other people can be difficult, emotions to each person can vary greatly.

4. Is Resourceful

This is a big one. If you can’t find a way out of a bad situation, you may not be someone who would be good for a leadership position. They need the ability to find a solution to the problem that is at hand in a timely manner.

5. Possess Confidence

If someone in a leadership position is constantly doubting themself, the people under them aren’t going to be able to get things done. The person needs to be able to stand up and admit fault or figure out a way to fix the problem.

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