Last week's definition: A Good leader should thinking more information before make the quick decision. And leaders should be able to make a conscious effort to avoid the fault of making judgement based on the first imprpessions. The rapid cognition will lead us astray to do the right choice sometimes. So prejudice and discrimination should be avoid.
This week's definition: In order to help group achieve goals, leaders should understand group's different purposes, structures and times. And leaders must understand of yourself, different individuals while being self- ware. It is also important for leaders to overcome confilcts the team by communicating before coninuing work.
Analysis: It's important for leaders to understand of yourself, and the different individual's strength and the roles they are playing to use them to improve team's efficiency. Especially when team is facing conflict, leaders know what and how to talk though it with the different individuals to overcome them before coninuing work.
Komives, S. R., Lucas, N., & McMahon, T. R. (1998). "Interacting in Teams and Groups." Exploring Leadership: For college students who want to make a difference (pp. 165 - 194). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.