What Makes a Good Workplace leader?

Andrew Martins
May 10, 2021

Strong leadership results from a clear vision, active listening and willingness to delegate according to Andrew Martins from business.com. He goes on to answer the question ‘Why is strong leadership so important?’.

"A strong leader in the workplace can bolster a small business's push for success. As a small business owner, you inherently find yourself at the top of the company's hierarchy. You may make the decisions, pay the bills, and run the company in accordance with your business plan for success, but does that make you an effective leader of your team? To better understand what makes a strong leader in the workplace, we examined what qualities a good leader has and what steps you can take to ensure your leadership does more than serve as a title..."

Source: https://www.business.com/articles/what-makes-a-good-workplace-leader/

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