Posted by: Brandon W. Jones | January 2, 2011

A New Look: Leadership Excellence

Leadership excellence is a state of being.  It takes time to be developed.  It can, however, be obtained much more quickly when you understand the values and characteristics of great leaders.  Great leaders are found in a number of places.  They exist at all levels of corporate America.  They can also be found in many other areas.

Leaders are not made overnight, but in many cases they are required to emerge very quickly when called upon.  Great leaders have their foundation on a very specific set of values.  By understanding leadership values and characteristics, individuals can become great leaders with high influence.

This blog will identify characteristics and values that lead to leadership excellence.  Some of the topics that will be discussed are the following:

  1. What is leadership excellence?
  2. What are attributes of a great leader?
  3. How do you become a great leader?
  4. Why is leadership excellence important within an organization?
  5. How can you set up a system that leads to leadership excellence?

Following and putting into practice the values discussed in this blog will help you to become a great leader.  Although leaders cannot be made overnight, every person striving to be a great leader can make changes on a daily basis that will lead to becoming a great leader.

In addition to understanding the characteristics and values of leadership excellence, it is also very important to also see examples of other leaders.  This blog will also identify and discuss the examples of other leaders that have obtained leadership excellence and those who have fallen short.

What does leadership excellence mean to you?

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