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(English) Colin Powell’s 6 Steps to Being a Great Leader

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  1. Chris Read
    Chris Read Dice:

    I would add a 7th factor for every leader: Trust is “the one thing that changes everything” says Stephen Covey in his book “The Speed of Trust.” According to Covey there are four core values that make up trust: Integrity, Intent, Capabilities and Results. To me trust should be the basic building block of any and all good leadership. Agents want to ‘trust’ their Manager’s advice…Independent Contractors want to ‘trust’ their Broker/Owner’s company direction….Clients want to ‘trust’ their Agent’s suggestions…..Co workers want to ‘trust’ each other. Strong leaders of our future must exemplify the best of qualities in all four of the Core categories.

  2. Gail Carillo
    Gail Carillo Dice:

    …And the person to trust most is yourself!Confidence is key. It is imperative to give “true” and accurate information to prospective clients and not paint the picture you “think” they want painted. Good agents can deliver good news but Great agents can deliver difficult news. Preparing a client upfront for what is to be expected creates a safe island in the future. I find that over delivery as opposed to over rating is the better approach. I subscribe to this concept not only in business but in life in general. Trust yourself and the rest will follow…


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