"It is important as a leader to self-reflect his or her strengths and weakness to lead a community. If a leader is able to lead others in a satisfactory, commitment way, many of the community will listen and make changes. However, a leader's message should concentrate on delivering the positive meaning and not the opposite."
"Leaders who develop agendas are more likely to focus a lot better to become successful. Leaders who are willing to work hand by hand tend to lead others better. Most importantly, a leader should be patient when it comes down to making decisions."
My definition for this week is different from last week's definition since it focuses on being organized as a leader. From reading "Metamorphosis: Sustaining leadership change" it discussed about in order to become a great leader, you have to be able to build new opportunity from personal experiences and new learning style to become a successful leader (Goleman, Boyatzis, & McKee, 2002). If a leader is always using the same skills, then they will never grow as a leader since taking part, as a leader will face many different challenges as time passed by.
Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R., & McKee, A. (2002). "Metamorphosis: Sustaining leadership change." Primal Leadership: Learning to lead with emotional intelligence (pp. 139 - 168). Boston: Harvard Business School Press.: