8 Leadership Attributes of a Highly Engaged Workforce [Series]

Eight Foundational Leadership Attributes of Engagement 

PART 4

The Engagement Attributes of (7) Passionate Self-Motivation and (8) Positive Affirmation

Think of a person at your work or in your life that exudes positive energy.  When they walk in a room, the energy changes and people naturally want to follow them.  They drive engagement through virtue versus by force or demand.

What are the admirable qualities that we tend to gravitate towards and what is it that these engaged individuals demonstrate?  Simply put, they show up with a winning attitude, they seek out success (how can we vs. why we can’t), they provide timely and sincere recognition and appreciation to others, and are intrinsically motivated.

Developing skill in these two attributes often requires a shift in our current paradigm, as well as intentional practice to understand, reframe, and ultimately change the way we currently think, react, and respond. 

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