Good Leadership vs. Bad Leadership

Good leadership vs. Bad Leadership by Pastor Chris Johnson

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  1. Passionate about one’s job vs. It is just a job
  2. Values one’s team vs. Has employees
  3. Knows one’s team vs. Should not be personal at work
  4. Takes time to develop their strengths vs. Focuses on their weakness
  5. Gives people a chance to fail vs. Controls every decision
  6. Takes time to reward good work vs. It is their job
  7. Leads team to believe they are the heart and soul of the organization vs. Only the boss matters
  8. Spends time learning how to be a better leader vs. Got it all figured out
  9. Creates a fun working environment vs. All work no play
  10. Secure vs. Insecure
  11. Admits mistakes vs. Blames the employees or organization
  12. Confrontational vs. Ignore problems hoping they will go away

These are just a few things that come to mind when considering Good leadership vs. Bad Leadership. Unfortunately, bad leadership is much more common today in most organizations.

Add your own suggestions.

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~ by pennymaxwell on January 7, 2009.

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