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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2010
In talking with hundreds of business decision makers every year, the story is always the same. Each says, in one way or another, that they have a huge need for better leadership within their organization, whether you are a top ranking executive or front line employee. The first attribute is taking personal initiative. A leader is someone who is proactive rather than reactive. Waiting for others to direct behavior is the opposite of initiative. Volunteering your ideas and stepping forward when something needs to be done are great examples of personal initiative. Jeffrey shares more leadership habits for success on location at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park.