Being Trustworthy



When we think of traits leaders typically exhibit, many come to mind—including strength, charisma, enthusiasm, and vision. One important component is often overlooked: humility. Humility is an attribute of truly great leaders according to Jim Collins in his book Good to Great and in his classic article for Harvard Business Review, “Level 5 Leadership: The …

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Competence is doing things well, repeatedly. Competence requires study, practice, and reflection. There are many skills in which you need to be competent as a manager and leader. Effective communicating, decision making, planning, organizing, motivating, conflict managing, and problem solving are but a few of them. Leadership & Life a Guide to Building Trust provides …

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