I am proud to be the type of leader who inspires others to give their best. I relish the opportunity to show others how different the outcome can be if they maintain a positive outlook. I use my own examples to inspire others to attain their goals.
My leadership role at work gives me the opportunity to have one-on-one interactions with my team members. I use those sessions to motivate them to set and achieve daily goals.
I am a firm believer in encouraging others to strive for goals for their own personal satisfaction.
I tell others that the opinion which matters the most is their own. I encourage them to avoid focusing too much on the expectations of managers, parents or others and concentrate, instead, on what truly makes them feel proud.
Being the head of my household comes with a lot of responsibility, which I endeavor to use in beneficial ways. I continuously remind myself that my children are looking up to me for examples of how to live, so I ensure that those examples are positive.
I teach my kids to love themselves and believe in their true potential.
Today, I view leadership as being in any position where I have influence over others. With that way of looking at it, there are many circles for which I am considered a leader. I commit to being responsible in each instance to show positive examples of living.
- Where can I find examples of positive leadership to emulate?
- Am I able to help others achieve a positive outcome from a negative situation?
- Do I always portray a positive outlook? What situations take that outlook away? How can I get it back?