They are also able to foresee potential challenges and set up contingencies so that they can deal with crises while remaining cool and level headed. This is the true example of ‘Super Dad’ and ‘Super Mum’. So we can conclude that a great leader is able to help a team meet goals more effectively than they would otherwise and that these goals should be long term goals rather than short term. When a leader is stifled, it is very often because the leader above them is short sighted.

If management higher up is forcing quarterly reviews with strict, punitive measures for those seen to be  under performing then it will stifle a leader’s ability to grow and bring changes. This means that the goal needs to be right as well and in many ways, it’s that goal that we will see is the most important driving force behind a great leader.

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