Develop A Leadership Character

If you look at a statue, any statue, does it change in the day, in the night, in the snow, in the rain, in a hurricane, an earthquake, does it move, does it get upset or lose its cool, that’s what we call character.
When people can predict what you will do in your absence, you have developed a leadership character people can trust. That’s why leaders with character achieve results that transcend everyday organizational imperatives and outcomes.
Leadership is a potential combination of strategy and character. But, if you must be without one, be without strategy.
This is so very important to educators who want to empower their students. The students must be able to trust the educator to have character that is trustworthy and safe. When students trust their educator, they feel comfortable making mistakes and that is how we learn. Educators with character are crucial for the learning process of their students.

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