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|# of CUs||7,009||7,048|
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|Loans to Savings||66.3%||67.3%|
These six traits are common among great leaders.
Managers who inspire employees and colleagues to achieve great things tend to share similar characteristics, according to Inc. Magazine.
The following six traits are common to many inspiring executives, managers, or entrepreneurs:
1. Purpose. Inspiring leaders talk about making other people successful. They believe fostering others' success serves a higher purpose.
2. Giving back. Great leaders often feel compelled to "give back" by engaging in charitable activities.
3. Gratitude. These leaders know their success depends upon accidents of birth and circumstance. They don't believe their success is a result of being smarter or better than others.
4. Empathy. Inspiring leaders care about people and believe that those who are fortunate in life have a responsibility to help those who are less fortunate.
5. Team focus. They prefer to redirect praise toward everyone on their team. They don't like to brag.
6. Energy. Inspiring leaders spread their energy and give their employees an uplifting feeling.