Being a great leader also requires you to be a well-liked leader.
While we often have to make tough business decisions, meet deadlines and
keep daily operations running smoothly, we also need to be equally
focused on building and maintaining positive relationships.
Developing this kind of likability can only be attained through your
actions – how you make people feel – not based on how you look or your
level of success. Inc.com contributor Jeff Haden lists 11 habits of
"genuinely likable people" – habits that will help make a great first
impression, and also a great lasting impression.
From The Berger Leadership Blog, written by Dan Berger, President and CEO, NAFCU (@BDanBerger)