10 Positive Leadership Traits

These are all positive leadership traits that you can work on. If you don’t already have them. Don’t fret. Today’s post will help you understand the traits you need and how you can get them.

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What makes a positive leader go further and farther? They focus on the positive leadership traits that make them the most effective, positive, and outgoing leaders that they can be.

These are all positive leadership traits that you can work on. If you don’t already have them. Don’t fret. Today’s post will help you understand the traits you need and how you can get them.

10 Positive Leadership Traits

1. Positive Leadership Traits: Humility

The most positive leaders are also humble leaders. They know that they did not get where they are by themselves. Instead, these positive leaders had help from others. Because of this, they understand that they will need to help others.

How to become humble: Look inside. See where you’ve come from. Look for the people who have helped you along the way. Remembering the people who have helped you will help you understand it wasn’t all you.

2. Positive Leadership Traits: Confidence

You may think confident and humble don’t go together. They can. In order to have To be a positive leader, you have to be confident. I think back to my ice climbing guide. He was humble as could be. Yet, he was also confident in his skills. He tackled frozen waterfalls like a champ.

How to be confident: Look at your history. Do you see the accomplishments you’ve had? Focus on those. You’ve made great strides and moved forward. Use your past experience to help you become more confident.

3. Positive Leadership Traits: Passionate

WOOO!!!! Positive leaders are passionate. They lead because they are passionate about growing people and organizations. Find an area where your passion lies. Find ways to bring it into your work.

How to be passionate: There are things that really get you going, in a positive way. Find ways to incorporate these experiences into your work. It may be through a reward or risk structure similar to what Jon Acuff encouraged viewers to do in his Right Now At Work video series.

4. Positive Leadership Traits: Trusting

You cannot possess positive leadership traits if you’re not trusting of your employees. They will feel you’re always down on them or that they will do something wrong.

Positive leaders know people won’t always make the best decisions. However, they know that their people can still be trusted.

How to be more trusting: Start delegating non-essential tasks to your people. Give them the chance to prove themselves. Let yourself see that people are better than you think they are.

5. Positive Leadership Traits: Motivated:

Similar to being passionate, positive leaders are motivated. They see a task that needs to be done and go for it. They don’t wait around. They also know what is available at the end of a goal.

How to get motivated: Create goals or finish lines that you can see. Many people call these SMART Goals. I call them realistic. When you have a goal you can see, you are more motivated to go for it.

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Joseph Lalonde
Joseph Lalonde is passionate to see young people serving God and becoming the leader God has created them to be. He served as a youth leader for 15 years and is on a new journey now. You can find him encouraging young leaders here and on Twitter.