Thursday, July 4, 2013

Being stiff is not always being rough. In life, it needs stiffness to run through everyone's system. How does it works? It goes this way...

There is the kind of category that I would emphasized to label the "stiffness" that I mean. It is in "mild", "moderate" and "high".

Mild. When a leader is not stiff and only possesses "mild" stiffness, it is so hard for him to give commands for everyone to follow. It is just that when he gives instructions, it is either the members will follow or only few will be able to deeply take his command. If he doesn't emphasize to stress out his point because of not well-motivated self-esteem, then fear is his to own. No one will ever follow. He will come like a shadow that no one visibly makes what he commands into an action of realities. He is just flacid.

Moderate. When a leader is "moderately" stiff, chances are, others will follow him but not definitely the whole clan will do. In stiffness, the kind of leader is not in a way of being authoritative or the kind of leader that is whole communist. There is no such thing as like that in leadership. Only if he sticks to his principles and his personal convection on things, then there is the so-called action in real sense. Moderates are those that in between chances of taken stiffness into wider perspective or being able to manifest signs of doubt on one's potential. It should be that Moderates should never decide to think twice, but rather to emphasize on leadership as a way to an edge. He has plans, but is doubtful.

High. They are achievers. They never take chances of missing the path of not being able to do their best all the time. They do command, but not to the extent that they are good at first and then turns speechless afterwards. They have full of words on leadership.The key word here is limitation, not being able to overlap the scope of one's stiffness. There should be balance on the self and the sides of the masses. Being able to actively listen and make people as the center of one's role dominantly produce a smooth kind of leadership. He humbles and perseveres to understand. There is no such thing as "judgmental", rather accepting criticisms in a positive manner. He leads in great command, but knows his limitations.

If you are going to choose among "mild", "moderate" and "high", which character do you belong? Me, I have found the person who is "high" in commands, but with good heart. Actually, I have enjoyed the kind of leadership she has shown to the class this afternoon and you know what, everyone follows.


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