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Dec 18

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Toyin Wura Oke

Publisher/Editor-in-Chief

Choosing a Leader

Much has been said about problems of leadership and governance, especially in African Nations, but somehow more bad leaders find their ways into positions of power, both in the public and private sectors, making the political environment unattractive for sensible, sane, and capable people. Leadership positions have been put up for sale to the highest bidder, following a massive lobbying exercise, deceit, and fraud.

The issue of leadership is critical and must be considered seriously by those who want to be led aright, so that when there comes a time to choose, good, capable leaders will make it to the top. 

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A person cannot give what he does not have.

 

Edison did not set out to make a better candle, he wanted to find a whole new way to illuminate the darkness. That's the kind of vision a leader has – and there comes light!

Here, we are not told to discover light, that huge task was done already; we just need to provide electricity, which already exists, and provide enough to keep the Nation’s engines running, then, we get stuck!

Leadership is about vision, drive, commitment, values and competence; a leader must also possess the skills to actualize his vision. He leads by virtue of the power and clarity of that vision, and the currency of his values.

A Leader sees challenges in problems and seeks to fix them.

He sees goals that must be achieved. It is usually something that no one else sees, or something too tough for others tackle, but he sees the challenge, solutions, and victory. He is focused and heads for the challenge with determination. He is not a talker, but a doer.  

 

A person cannot give what he does not have.

 

Edison did not set out to make a better candle; he wanted to find a whole new way to illuminate the darkness. That's the kind of vision a leader has – and there comes light!

Here, we are not told to discover light, that huge task was done already; we just need to provide electricity, which already exists, and provide enough to keep the Nation’s engines running, then, we get stuck!

Leadership is about vision, drive, commitment, values and competence; a leader must also possess the skills to actualize his vision. He leads by virtue of the power and clarity of that vision, and the currency of his values.

A Leader sees challenges in problems and seeks to fix them.

He sees goals that must be achieved. It is usually something that no one else sees, or something too tough for others tackle, but he sees the challenge, solutions, and victory. He is focused and heads for the challenge with determination. He is not a talker, but a doer.  

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