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Posted by on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 4:32pm.

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I believe the essential qualities a leader must possess are to set a vision and to be able to lead. A leader must be able to set a vision to seek for improvement. Seeking for improvement helps make the idea grow better and better. A leader must be able to lead in order for his/her group to agree and the group's goal. Being able to lead means to inspire others to do so as well.

  • Leadership-Check #2 - , Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 5:08pm

    With the verb "seek" you don't need to use "for" -- delete that word wherever it appears after "seek."

    I believe the essential qualities a leader must possess are to set a vision and to be able to lead. A leader must be able to set a vision to seek for improvement. Seeking for improvement helps make the idea grow better and better.
    There's still too much repetition in here. How can you combine the ideas and get rid of repeated words? This should be distilled down to ONE sentence.

    This is good: Being able to lead means to inspire others to do so as well.
    "to do so" should be made more detailed, though.

    Keep revising! It's getting better!!

  • Leadership-Check #2 - , Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 5:44pm

    You need to understand we really don't know what makes a leader. I grow girls into being leaders in girl scouts, and I can assure you, there is not a single model to do that. However, I do follow Robert Greenleaf's model of a leader: one who enables others by serving their needs so they can accomplish goals. You would be wise to review Greenleaf's model to get some perspective on different leadership models. Greenleaf's model works wonders for girls...teaching them the value of community service, organizing, planning, taking action, and making the world a better place. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_K._Greenleaf

  • Leadership-Check #2 - , Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 5:56pm

    Another perspective...

    http://www.salesgrowthspecialists.com/blog/tag/robert-k-greenleaf/

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