With this leadership skill, your career will make a vertical ascent. No matter how lowly you begin, you will quickly rise to a position of power and influence. Still, it takes effort. It requires will-power. It works like a blade of grass pushing up through concrete. Do you know what it is? Adaptability. Modesty and adaptability. If you do a good job and you are modest, you will be noticed. If you can adapt yourself to obstacles and bend around them, you’ll be able to start at the bottom and quickly achieve something high and great.
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According to the Harvard Business Review, executives with knowledge and leadership skills are desperately needed. The nonprofit sector in the United States must find at least 330,000 senior executives by 2016 to fill the gap created by managers’ retirement. – Shar McBee