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The quality of being consistently reliable and capable.
dependability
Being capable of working cooperatively with others.
team player
Truthfulness and integrity; fairness and straightforwardness of conduct.
honesty
Accepting the responsibility of lifelong learning and adapting to change.
willingness to learn
An informal type of leader who believes in noninterference in the affairs of others.
laissez-faire leader
The ability to follow through with a task; also known as self-initiative.
self-motivation
The consistent capacity and trait of being patient.
patience
Any factor that causes physical and mental tension or distress.
stress
Enjoying your work and having a positive attitude.
enthusiasm
A desired result or purpose toward which one is working.
goal
The role of encouraging people to work together and do their best to achieve common goals.
leadership
Personal cleanliness and neatness.
personal hygiene
Accepting being held accountable for your actions; doing what you are supposed to do.
responsibility
A system of practical skills that allow an individual to use time in the most effective and productive way possible.
time management
A leader who encourages the participation of all individuals in decisions that have to be made or problems that need to be solved.
democratic leader
One who is in charge of and/or responsible for guiding and encouraging others to work effectively toward a common goal.
leader
A leader who maintains total control, makes all the decisions, and has difficulty delegating or sharing duties.
autocratic leader
The ability to say or do the kindest or most fitting thing in a difficult situation.
tact
Recognizing that criticism is constructive and a useful aid toward self-improvement.
acceptance of criticism
Being qualified and capable of performing specific tasks.
competence
Being able to identify with and understand another person's feelings, situation, and motives.
empathy
The use of good judgment in what you say and do.
discretion