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How do you build a team to balance a strong, demanding leader? See if you agree

How do you build a team to balance a strong, demanding leader? Believe it or not, the traits below are all important in building an effective team for this leader. Do you agree? In our consulting work at ‘Leading with Honor’, we help organizations assess their team balance – please share your thoughts and opinions too:

  1. Commanding: A consensus seeking, group orientated diplomatic person able to counter Trump’s authoritarian leadership style
  2. People: A thinker, serious, quiet, able to listen/observe but with the confidence to point out potential issues/dangers.
  3. Patience: A people-focused person, encourager, empathetic to others, skilled at accepting other’s differences & managing them.
  4. Structure: A structured person, skilled at keeping others on track, focused, delivering results, keeping promises.
  5. Trust: A person who will explain other points of view when trust is lacking. Confident to challenge micromanagement when others feel overly managed.
  6. Pioneering: A person confident to say STOP when too much change is destroying reliable tried and tested, still relevant, processes.
  7. Risk: A person strong enough to challenge or question high risk without shutting down innovation.
  8. Creativity: A person excited by creativity but able to suggest balance and a more anchored approach
  9. Commanding: A consensus seeking, group orientated diplomatic person able to counter Trump’s authoritarian leadership style
  10. People: A thinker, serious, quiet, able to listen/observe but with the confidence to point out potential issues/dangers.
  11. Patience: A people-focused person, encourager, empathetic to others, skilled at accepting other’s differences & managing them.
  12. Structure: A structured person, skilled at keeping others on track, focused, delivering results, keeping promises.
  13. Trust: A person who will explain other points of view when trust is lacking. Confident to challenge micromanagement when others feel overly managed.
  14. Pioneering: A person confident to say STOP when too much change is destroying reliable tried and tested, still relevant, processes.
  15. Risk: A person strong enough to challenge or question high risk without shutting down innovation.
  16. Creativity: A person excited by creativity but able to suggest balance and a more anchored approach

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