Agus Setiawan

PhD candidate and result-oriented Director with 25 years experience with involvement in all levels of Business Strategy, Sales and Marketing, Managing Project and Product Development. Aside of managing a company, he is also the best corporate trainer and public speaker in seminar and conference.

The Worse Personalities In A Leader

You will draw people who are like you. If you don't like the people you're attracting, work on your own character.


Leaders are not born, but they are made from the actions, choices and the consequences they made to achieve the position as a leader, whether they are making the wise choices or they are willing to risk it.

"Your achievements will always be from your commitment."


One of the many lessons a leader should understand how they behave inside the office and with his/her workers, and here are the three behaviors that leaders and managers should avoid using. Firstly, they should not treat the worker as if they are machines, to work for them for 24 hours. Secondly, leaders must be the matured individuals of the company and adapt themselves by realizing when they are in the wrong. Lastly, not being an inspiration to your staff members would lead them to unmotivated to work.

"When your space is designed to produce a team of leaders, everyone begins to see the world differently. The mission and vision become more ingrained in you and your teammates."


This are the many types of traits that some leaders should not have. Firstly, leaders who are not in the slightest have the desire to learn every aspect about their organization, leaders should be curious about everything about the organization because a growing leader is how a business can develop. Secondly, all leaders must not have the ego and pride, they must be willing to accept the blame and give the credit to their workers. Lastly, making a static business would end in failure, the best leaders should put their focus on leading with change and innovation to keep their organizations fresh, dynamic and growing.

"Maintain balance between the lessons learned from your successes and lessons learned from your failures – the flip side – that gives you the wisdom to be a great leader."


In conclusion, this articles explains how there are some leaders in a company that do not have the will to lead a company because they are not motivated working with a leader, who does not have the passion. It takes courage to break from the norm, challenge the status quo, seek new opportunities, cut your losses and make the tough decision.

REFERENCE: Bridges, W. (2010). The character of organizations: using personality type in organization development. Boston: Davies-Black Pub.
Weinzimmer, L. G., & McConoughey, J. (2013). The wisdom of failure: How to learn the tough leadership lessons without paying the price. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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