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Many great plans, dreamed up and designed in the heat of creative passion, end up discarded for lack of leadership Tenacity. As a tenacious leader, you not only have to set expectations and inspire the plan with a firmness of purpose, you have to follow through on execution to the very end with fierce determination.

Of course, like all Six Attraction Powers, Tenacity must be applied carefully in a balanced approach.
TenacityTenacity will serve you, your team, and your organization best when you are firm and resolute, but not stubborn or apathetic.

An apathetic leader
• Displays low motivation
• Remains uncompetitive in competitive situations
• Lacks urgency with regard to crucial challenges
• Is complacent regarding the delivery and quality of work
The Tenacious Leader
• Clearly demonstrates firmness of purpose
• Works and leads with determination and drive
• Assigns appropriate urgency to crucial undertakings
• Demands the timely completion of quality work
A stubborn leader
• Makes irrational demands
• Refuses to correct errors or misdirection
• Responds to disappointment with emotional outbursts
• Resorts to physical threats when cornered

To practice balancing your use of Tenacity, I invite you to join other leaders in our next, open-enrollment Leadership Attraction Powers Workshop. In the meantime, feel free to discuss Tenacity with me at info@align4profit.com or 972-608-0400.


Helanie Scott
Helanie Scott
Helanie (pronounced yeh-LAH-nee) Scott, CEO and founder of Align4Profit in Dallas, Texas, has driven stunning leadership and cultural transformations for an impressive list of organizations. She has mastered the ability to connect with her audiences in the boardroom, classroom, on stage, or in one-on-one coaching sessions. Helanie’s Align4Profit clients rave at the way her engaging programs freshen outdated mindsets and deliver results-oriented, aligned action.