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Leader's Passion

 A highly motivated sense of commitment to what you do and want to do.Like many other traits of good leaders, passion is best seen through the leaders' intermittent behaviors while in the throws of the challenging times of the organizations they lead.They must use  special  moments to convey a sincere passion.

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