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Leadership development refers to any activity that boosts the excellence of leadership within an individual. This activity has focused on developing the abilities and attitudes of individuals. Dissimilar personal traits and characteristics can help or impede a person's leadership effectiveness and require courteous for developing leadership competencies.

Some assumed that a leader could act authentically through responsibility, reactions to uncertainty, and creativity. Others believed that authentic leadership is essentially more about how the leaders define their own role within an individual.

In my point of view, a leader can study from others’ experiences and being genuine and authentic, but not by imitation of someone else. A leader constantly can be describe through their real life story and reframing their life stories to recognize who they were at their fundamental. In doing so, they discovered the purpose of their leadership and absorbed that being authentic made them more effective.

Authentic leaders are defined as people of highest integrity, loyal to enduring organizations. Leaders who have a deep sense of purpose and are true to there core values, ability to motivate.

Things that authentic leaders do on a regular basis are;

1. They voice their truth. They being clear, being truthful and being authentic and would never reveal themselves by using words that are not aligned with who they are. 2. They lead from the heart. They are not scared to show their weakness. They honestly care about other people and spend their days emerging the people around them. 3. They have ironic moral character. Authentic leaders work on their character. They are polite and noble. And also, people belief, respect and attend to them. 4. They are bold. They don’t afraid to face challenges and they have the strength to face it by taking the road less…...

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