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Chapter 2

Traits Motives, Characteristics of leaders

core self-evaluations A broad personality trait that captures bottom-line self-assessment, composed of self-esteem, locus of control, generalized self-efficacy, and emotional stability.
trust A person's confidence in another individual's intentions and motives and in the sincerity of that individual's word.
authenticity Being genuine and honest about your personality, values, and beliefs, as well as having integrity.
assertiveness Forthrightness in expressing demands, opinions, feelings, and attitudes.
emotional intelligence The ability to do such things as understand one's feelings, have empathy for others, and regulate one's emotions to enhance one's quality of life.
flexibility The ability to adjust to different situations.
internal locus of control The belief that one is the prime mover behind events.
drive A propensity to put forth high energy into achieving goals and persistence in applying that energy.
achievement motivation Finding joy in accomplishment for its own sake.
cognitive factors factors of intelligence
practical intelligence The ability to solve everyday problems by using experience-based knowledge to adapt to and shape the environment.
insight A depth of understanding that requires considerable intuition and common sense.
farsightedness The ability to understand the long-range implications of actions and policies.
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