Self-control implies that as a leader you have sufficient drive and initiative, as well as a clear vision and focus. To be successful as a leader, you need a combination of two ingredients: character and competence.
Because there is no certainty in life or business, every commitment you make and every action you take entails a risk of some kind.
I write about leadership and organizational excellence. You need to have a slightly different perspective from others and think out of the box. Such leaders are way ahead of their competitors when it comes to anticipating changes based on current circumstances and market conditions.
A flexible leader is able to adapt his leadership and decision making style depending upon the circumstances. Risks are part and parcel of every business you run, every action you take and every commitment you make.
Not to worry — we took care of plucking out the most important skills and qualities for you to focus on. Caring does not mean tolerating or ignoring shoddy performance, violations of company policies, bad attitudes, or dishonesty.
When you exude confidence in yourself, in the decision, and in the people around you, you instill the same feelings and attitudes in others.