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Leadership - 02 - Traits, Motives and Characteristics of Leader

A. What is trait? B. Leadership traits I. Personality 1. General personality traits: self confidence, humility, trustworthiness, authenticity, extra version, assertiveness, enthusiasm-optimism-warmth, sense of humor. 2. Task related personality traits: passion for work and the people, flexibility and adaptability, internal locus of control, courage, EQ-Selfawareness-Selfmanagement-Socialawareness-relationshipmanagement II. Leadership motives 1. Power motive: personlized powermotive, socialized…
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Trait
trend, skills, characteristics and experience
Personality
Personal attributes or belongings which contribute toward effectiveness of leadership
General personality traits
Traits used in work and personal life
Self-confidence
- Never give up
- Being flexible
Humility
- Being humble at right times
- Admitting if making mistakes
Trustworthiness
- Leaders make followers believe by talking, listening and helping
- Leaders want trust from other members
Authenticity
- The leader is honest and good all the time
- They be kind because it's their intrinsic personality
Extraversion
- Do something more than requirement
- Socialising (like meeting many people)
Assertiveness
- Always demand/express high goals
Enthusiasm
- Good relationship with team members
- Love their job
Optimism
- Share, inspire others
Warmth
- Emotional support, being friendly
Sense of humor
- Jokes, funny people
Task-related personality traits
- Reaction when given a job
Passion for work and people
- Love their job and task
Flexibility
- Able to change according to the situation
Adaptability
- Adjust to the situation
Internal locus of control - Prime mover
- The first person who is willing to do the job
Courage
- Do not run away from difficulties/problems
- Never give up
Self-awareness
- Understand one's own emotion
- Understand one's own strength and weakness
Self-management
- Control emotion
Social awareness
- Understand people's emotion
Relationship Management
- Ability to communicate and build relationship with members
Leadership motives
- What motives a person to be a leader
Personalized power motive
- For personal reasons, don't care about others
- Become the rich first then help others
Socialized power motive
- Want to get power to help others
The Drive and Achievement Motive
- Work hard to achieve goals
- Always want to win
Tenacity and resilience
- Persistent and never give up
Strong work ethic
- Practicing positive values
- Don't want money/power but want to help others
Cognitive factors
- Mental capabilities