Leadership is an interesting and a “mysterious” subject, as it is both science and art. It’s identifiable, but can be quite challenging to measure quantitatively. Charisma, character, competence, creativity and care are the 5Cs used to recognize a leader. And the culmination of those 5Cs is “leading by example.”
Managers use various tools to take note and outline their strategies and plans. However, without a smooth execution, all those strategies and plans would mean nothing. The true essence of management, after all, is the ability to turn potentials into deliverables. And it would require a strong commitment from the management and all stakeholders.