Natural Born Leaders Inspire
Some people are just natural born leaders. They have influence over people without being bossy or demanding. Therefore, they have an aurora about them that people naturally seem to respect and listen to.
Natural leaders are generally great communicators, negotiators, are organized and manage their time efficiently. They can captivate people’s attention, and make decisions that people feel happy and confident in following.
If this sounds like you, then a career that makes the most of your natural traits is something that should most definitely be considered. Here are some ideas that will play to your skills.Natural leaders are generally great communicators, negotiators, are organized and manage their time efficiently. Click To Tweet
Business Owner as Leaders
An obvious choice for someone that is a good decision maker. Being level headed is a key trait for many business owners. Many have a natural leadership quality. Before diving right in and setting up a venture, you could gain some qualifications first.
An online bachelors degree in organizational leadership could be studied around your current role. Then, when you graduate and set up your business you have knowledge behind you. Any kind of business degree would also be useful.
If you wanted to be extra careful, you could work for a year or more in a business related career after graduating to gain some experience. These are the skills that will come in useful for when you’ve established your own company, and will increase your chances of success. I know I’ve always learned more by doing things along the way and learning from mistakes made.Business owners tend to be level headed. Many have a natural leadership quality. #business Click To Tweet
Manager/ Team Leader Career Ideas
Being a team leader is ideal for those that are natural leaders and are happy providing others with direction. Oftentimes, being a team leader can pay you well and you gain respect from your peers.
The best thing about this, is that most jobs enable you to work your way up to manager’s status if you’re hardworking and reliable.
It can take many years, but you can essentially start at the bottom and work your way up. As you work in a company over time, you learn the ropes. Thus, eventually you can find your way to the top. By starting at the bottom you can really learn about the business and help others to grow it for you.By starting at the bottom you can really learn about the business and help others to grow it for you. #business Click To Tweet
Project Managers Tend to Be Born Leaders
Project managers are good at multitasking. Good project managers are not getting bogged down by silly details. They are able to see the ‘bigger picture.’ Many projects managers are adaptable and flexible. Hence they are able to make a plan work even as issues crop up. As you know, issues can change the overall path of progress.
If this sounds like your kind of skill set then project managing could be the perfect career for you. Again, project managers exist in all kinds of industries. So it’s something you could work towards in the career you’re currently in. Or you could get qualified and specialize in a specific industry before applying for jobs.
If you’ve been told that you’re a natural born leader, or find that you seem to take on leadership roles well in areas of your life then this is something that could be really advantageous in certain careers. Project managers can inspire a team to be super productive.
Tweets from Great Leaders
Create a nurturing workplace that encourages growth and innovation. #RonR
— Ted Rubin (@Brand_Connector) December 3, 2018
I’ve never met a happy and fulfilled person who actively talks badly about others.
A sure sign of contentment in your life is not your bank account balance, but how well you treat the people you know – and the people you don’t.
— James Michael Sama (@JamesMSama) December 11, 2018
— Josh Elledge (@joshelledge) December 11, 2018
Routines produce stability:
— Dan Rockwell (@Leadershipfreak) December 10, 2018
Anyone who knows even a little about #leadership knows that it has very little to do with the leaders and everything about everyone else. A real leader works for the benefit of those they lead, puts their #ego aside and does what is needed to be done.
— Paul Slater (@Mushcado) December 12, 2018
— SLC RESOURCES (@SLCResources1) December 12, 2018
— Ray Barishansky (@rbarishansky) December 12, 2018
— Bill (@bmcc265) December 12, 2018
— Leaders (@LeadersBest) December 10, 2018
— revclub (@revclub) December 12, 2018
Which was your favorite tweet from the leaders above?
Your Career As A Leader
Finally, have YOU thought about your current role, and how it suits your skills? It’s never too late to make a change if you decide you’d be better suited to something else!
I’d love to know more in the comments below if you feel you are a born leader or if you can learn to be one!? Now, do you have any new career ideas for 2019?It’s never too late to make a change if you decide you’d be better suited to something else! #careerchange Click To Tweet