Outstanding leaders have these five qualities

Leadership includes three key factors

Leadership performance

It means that the company has a competent and efficient leader and leadership team.

As for how to evaluate the capabilities of these leaders, one can pass the business results. Second, many organizations still use the traditional leadership quality model to evaluate, and sometimes involve the leader’s experience and intuition.

In addition, it is also a good way to benchmark in the industry.

Leader leader

It refers to whether the company is ready for the next generation of leadership teams.

The construction of the leader echelon means that when a leadership position is established, there should be 2-3 candidates to enter the leader training channel at the same time.

Through the experience, they can gradually acquire the ability to do the job, so as to find more suitable talents for the development of the organization.

3. The effectiveness of the middle leader

It refers to the middle managers being empowered and able to effectively implement organizational strategies.

In the development of leadership, change leadership is a key capability, and the promotion of the project requires a group of people who are passionate about change and have a hard work spirit.

Five aspects of transforming leadership

The leadership model we are exposed to covers more general-purpose leadership. Based on our practice in many projects, I have found that five aspects of change leadership are very important for the promotion, implementation, and implementation of light strategies. Important, these five aspects are passion, vision, courage, tenacity and execution.


The core of these five kinds of leadership is passion, and passion is the foundation and starting point of everything.

Passion means being passionate about the cause you are doing. Here, we are referring to the kind of love that comes from the heart, and even think that this is the mission of one’s life.

This heartfelt love and passion will be the driving force for continuous action and the inexhaustible source of energy.

Communication and expression are contagious and easily arouse the passion of others.

Outstanding leaders must be able to bring these appeals and passions to others, through conversations, communication, speeches and conferences, not only to influence the people they organize, but also to influence stakeholders such as customers, partners, investors.

This passion for using the company’s products and solutions to help customers succeed is often reflected in the company’s optimism about their company.

He believes his company can help others succeed, and is convinced that their company can provide the best products and services.

Although it may not have been reached today, he believes that this is a certain goal that can be achieved.

2. Field of vision

In addition to passion, a good change leader needs another key quality, that is, vision. The so-called vision refers to a keen insight into the development trend of the industry, and can see the direction and trend of future changes, so as to be able to gain insight.

Find opportunities that suit you and smartly choose which opportunities to seize and which opportunities to give up. We can provide a variety of methods and tools, but a keen intuition is sometimes more important. With a wide field of view, you can see all kinds of possibilities.

Leaders can not only see the future direction of their own companies, but also see larger industrial patterns and scenarios that are relevant or even unrelated to themselves.

The ability to learn from the development of unrelated industries to find the possibility of change and breakthrough is often proven to be an important quality and ability among outstanding leaders.

In order to expand their horizons, leaders need to be good at learning from various channels, and they are thirsty for expanding their horizons.

Never satisfy the success that has been achieved, and never think that the knowledge and insights that you have acquired are optimal.

I always hope to learn from all kinds of possible channels, and in the process I am always humble, constantly improve myself and expand my horizons.

3. Courage

After having a vision, the more important quality of a good change leader is courage, to be able to put thinking and rational judgment into action.

The so-called courage means that the courage to make adventurous attempts in unfamiliar areas is an outstanding feature of change leaders.

They don’t take everything into account and take all the risks into a cautious step.

They are willing to take appropriate risks and even some big adventures in unfamiliar areas.

Of course, for a well-managed company, you don’t want every manager to be someone with such qualities.

But in today’s fast-changing period, with the Internet economy booming, the more such leaders are in the enterprise, the more likely it is that the organization can find more opportunities and achieve greater breakthroughs.

There are some changes that may lead to organizational rebellion, and some even cause internal disputes.

But they are willing to take some groundbreaking actions, and they are arguing for a good goal, dare to make courageous attempts for a correct goal, dare to uphold beliefs and values, and say no to different opinions.

In many cases, change will incur opposition and obstruction of existing interests, and those who are weak in the face of interests may retreat.

But courageous changers know what their beliefs and values ​​are. They are willing to say no to different opinions under the support of beliefs and values, and actively promote the correct changes that should be implemented.

4. Toughness

We don’t want leaders to have these leadership qualities for a while. In addition to courage, we also need these outstanding change leaders to have the resilience to continue their courage.

The so-called resilience refers to the quality of trying to achieve the intended goal in the face of setbacks. The process of change is by no means smooth, and we are not likely to encounter setbacks.

But when setbacks come, resilience leaders don’t give up, they will try their best to achieve the desired goals.

The success of a change requires patience and wisdom.

However, the spirit and character that do not relax the goal are the most critical. For different opinions, resilience change leaders are good at sticking to positions and persuading others. The change leader is not blindly sticking to his own opinion. He is good at persuading others. He is good at understanding others. He is good at constantly dissipating differences and agreeing on different opinions and ways of discussion and communication.

Another manifestation of resilience is not recklessness and sloppyness, but the leader knows that temporary escaping and concession are a more wise strategy, even in very difficult circumstances, to make better progress. And they know that in this way it is possible to achieve the effect of taking two steps back and forth, so that the final success can be achieved.

5. Execution

Execution here refers to focusing on action and pursuing results rather than empty talk theory.

In particular, we emphasize that in a transformative organization, we should identify those who are empty talkers as soon as possible, and know their motives, and exclude these empty talkers from the core team.

Because empty talk can’t produce results, it only makes us lose opportunities and has very bad effects within the organization.

Implementation also requires organizations to be good at coordinating different groups of people and teams and achieve win-win results.

Execution is not about one’s own strength. It depends on the strength of the team, and even the different organizational forces within the larger ecosystem.

Therefore, those who know how to perform are good at condensing others, and know how to reach a compromise and consensus in this process, and achieve the final result in consideration of the common interests of all parties.

Execution is the result of multi-win, knowing how to design detailed execution plans, pragmatic and patient, is the basic requirement for implementation.

The devil is in the details, the success of the implementation is not a one-step process, it requires careful planning, careful consideration, and patience, so good performers are also pragmatic.

Their behavior sometimes seems to be slow, but they are doing things in a down-to-earth manner, this clear direction, and knowing the direction of the road under the feet is a valuable example of execution.