Tilton’s 30 Principles of Leadership Success

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    1. Leaders must be explicitly honest

    2. Leaders must build trust and maintain high integrity

    3. Leaders must have and communicate a vision with a roadmap or plan

    4. Leaders must be humble

    5. Leaders must have the ability to recognize others, not just themselves

    6. Leaders must ask for and welcome other’s opinion and feedback

    7. Leaders must believe giving direct and straightforward feedback is a gift to the recipient

    8. Leaders must be good listeners

    9. Leaders must be clear and succinct communicators

    10. Leaders must be self-aware and continue to develop thyself

    11. Leaders must know how to evaluate risk/reward

    12. Leaders must stick with what they know best

    13. Leaders must not be afraid to acknowledge their weaknesses and admit mistakes

    14. Leaders must hire and mentor people smarter than they are

    15. Leaders must know how to replicate best practices

    16. Leaders must have the ability to manage change

    17. Leaders must be empathic and have high Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

    18. Leaders must have high energy

    19. Leaders must have a passion for and a commitment to their profession, organization and employees

    20. Leaders must be tactful at all times

    21. Leaders must have and display confidence

    22. Leaders must be problem solvers and have the ability to act decisively

    23. Leaders must remember the past while always looking forward

    24. Leaders must do the job they earned and park their ego

    25. Leaders must invest in the development of the next generation of leaders

    26. Leaders must never forget where they came from

    27. Leaders must empower and trust their people

    28. Leaders must create a culture to excite people to follow

    29. Leaders must have character

30.  Leaders must exhibit executive presence  

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