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What is encouraged in being a good leader After doing the exercise in the context that dealt with the study of leadership traits and characteristics that was done by Kirkpatrick and Locke I found some of the importance of leadership traits Knowing the importance is only one step in getting to know yourself Its also being able to use the leadership traits in ways that make you more able to lead Finding what it really takes to be a successful leader may be hard but I can recall several events in my career as a manager that can make the normal leaders head spinJust looking back at what I have done so far as a manager makes me stop and think what did I do to get me this far It is a very competitive environment in any industries standards Upon reminiscing one of my days in training were I did not know how to handle a certain situation I find myself laughing at the decisions I made and what I thought to be the better solution to some simple minded problemThe problem was that I was asked if I could get a particular coworker some ones out of the safe A customer was waiting for these ones so that they could leave Being the first day working at the store by myself in training I had forgotten the combination to the safe and they were not written down anywhere We needed ones and customers were not very happy about me telling the employees to temporarily give quarters instead until I could call someone for the combinationFirst looking at one of our class self assessment exercises the one with Kirkpatrick and Locke I found the truth in what things you yourself have to have in terms of leadership traits In training at Boston Market for new positions you find that all levels of drive motivation integrity confidence cognitive ability and task knowledge
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