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Attitudes And Behaviors Of A Leader

Ronald Martinez / Stringer

One level of a leader’s responsibility is to know what you bring to the leadership position in terms of attitudes. The second level of responsibility is to model behaviors that spur others to excellence.

Quarterback Danny Wuerffel demonstrated both such attitude and actions. 

Danny won the Heisman Trophy as quarterback for the University of Florida in 1996 and was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 1997. Wuerffel also played for the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, and the Washington Redskins before retiring from his NFL career.

Danny currently serves as the Executive Director of Desire Street Ministries, which “exists to train and send leaders to revitalize impoverished neighborhoods through spiritual and community development.” As a living example of leadership, Danny indicates, “Through a leader’s unique style, he or she can help other people be better than they would be by themselves.”

Those living examples of leadership are conscientious people who are aware of their style, how they interact with people, and how they affect others.

Living examples of leadership are conscientious people who are aware of their style, how they interact with people & how they affect others.