Hey Friends,

Well, many organisations look for candidates or people who possess leadership qualities. This gives a good indicator that you can take on more responsibility as you grow in the organisation. So, what does it mean to have good leadership skills?

Here are top leadership skills with tips about how to improve these skills to become the kind of leader that others are proud to know and work with.


Strong written and verbal communication skills are immensely important for good leadership. Communications that are clear, appropriate, and useful are the way your colleagues understand what you are asking of them. If you make it easy for people to understand your questions, instructions, comments, and guidance, they can easily follow your lead.


Good leaders understand the importance of their team. Collaborating helps to forge partnerships to get the job done and promote inclusion, ensuring that everyone is heard equally. Assess your current approach to collaboration and ask yourself:

  1. How well do I participate with team members? 
  2. Do I work with everyone equally or only the people that I know well? 
  3. Do I have strong people skills?

If you find that you need improvement, the best thing to do is be mindful to practice better habits. For example, before the close of your next interaction or meeting, ask if everyone feels that they have been heard. 

A collaborative leader employs a purposeful effort to help the team work well professionally and socially.

Active Listening

Make a conscious effort to understand what people are saying. This is an integral part of what makes a good leader and among the top people skills you can have!. Dedicate greater attention to conversations you hold throughout the day and clarify when necessary. 

True leadership quality is demonstrated by a leader who is fully engaged in a conversation.


The ability to speak from a deep understanding of a subject is crucial to strong leadership. Learn as much as you can about your area of work (including best practices and important findings) then determine how to use that information effectively. Participate in conferences and workshops that are designed to increase your knowledge. Also, read self-paced resources, such as Joesehrawat.com, for more tutorials on a range of key topics.


Humility means understanding that no matter how much you know, there is always more to learn and other may have insights our knowledge that are valuable.

Practice humility by seeking feedback from friends and colleagues. Challenge your own outlook by reading literature with an opposing view. Few things are more humbling when you will find out that what you thought you knew about the world is actually quite different.


Strong leadership require decisiveness. 

Leaders are constantly faced with making decisions both touch and simple. Strong decision-making is well-supported, timely, inclusive, and specific. You should learn to recognise and trust your own instincts band and have a more deliberative process. You can research, explore your options, and consult colleagues. This will help to ensure firm decision-making that is effective and informed. A strong leader will be able to explain the reasoning behind a decision.


The strongest leaders are conscious of their own patterns and behaviours, remaining self-aware of how they interact with others. Leaders who are self-aware will understand how their own behaviour patterns and mood affect their interactions with other people. A good leader won’t take their bad day out on their co-workers.


Nothing prepares you for the demands of leadership quite like experience with leadership! Reflect on the kinds of leadership that you have observed in others throughout your career. Think about what has worked for you in leadership roles.

You can gain experience as a leader and exposure to other leadership styles by expanding your exposure. Consider raising your horizon and try to become a member of an association, volunteer organisation or even a club sports team. All organisations need leadership in both formal and informal ways. The experiences you gain now will help you to be a more informed leader in the future.

Take good care & enjoy reading your dose of cerebral happiness.


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