Leadership

5 Things Great Leaders Do That Set Them Apart

Leadership tips you can use today.
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No matter your industry, goals or personality, being able to lead is a powerful tool you should have in your pocket. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jack Canfield wants to help you become a better leader by breaking down five things leaders do that set them and their teams apart.

The first is that a good leader should be open to feedback. If you only want to become a leader so you can tell others what you want them to do, you're probably not going to be successful. But, if you're willing to keep an open mind and hear what others have to contribute, you can improve your processes and make your teammates feel more confident about you and their role within the team.

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