Why Being a Generous Leader Can Make You a Great Leader?

“Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need,” said Lebanese-American writer, poet and visual artist Khalil Gibran.  

There are lots of qualities a leader has like creativity, innovation, confidence, passion, and integrity, but there is one other quality that most people do not notice: generosity. Being generous in your work could make you successful in your goal.

Here is why being a generous leader can make you a great leader: 

Consistency of purpose and mission:

A business is worth starting if you have a great vision and solid mission lovingly contributing to the world and that makes your business loved and respected by everyone. But you should keep in mind that no matter how great your vision is, it will have no value if you as a leader do not know how to treat and respect your employees, team members, clients, or contractors because they all work together to create the foundation of your business.

Real estate developer and entrepreneur Sam Mizrahi Mizrahi Developments with the goal of creating more opportunities for Canadians by building quality places for them to live. Sam Mizrahi Toronto is committed to surpassing expectations in the high-end luxury marketplace, identifying real estate opportunities and developing them to the highest possible standards with leading global architectural firms. He understands that every person in the building process is important. 

It makes you stronger, healthier, and more resilient:

Medical research says that being generous is always good for you. It helps with stress reduction, reduces your anxiety, makes your health stronger, and even helps you in establishing strong relationships.

If you are generous with your employees and always ready to help and assist them then this will encourage your employees to be generous and also help in effective work to achieve the common goal. If you want to improve yourself in the workplace, start by adopting the attitude of being generous towards yourself and others as well.

It builds trust and loyalty from your employees and clients:

Trust and loyalty are the two very important natures of human beings and that can never be bought, you have to earn them by yourself. A good leader is very well aware of their employee’s strengths and weaknesses and will use the strengths of their employees for the betterment of the company’s future. When you value your employee’s hard work and provide them appreciation, this will help the employees feel happy and form trust with the organization. A loyal employee will always provide effective and efficient work at the workplace.

It builds a killer team:

A great leader will always try to provide improvement and development in their team members by providing them better assistance, recognition, and resources that can also help them to show effective work. When you empower employees to be innovative and delegate responsibilities to them, and also provide the flexibility to balance their professional and private life, all this will work together with creative and effective strategies for the betterment of the company.

It attracts the clients you want:

Being generous with yourself and with others can help you to be honest about your work. It also helps you to be clear and focused about your goal whether you are actually working towards the success of the goal or not. Well, being generous in the business can help you to attract more audience for your business.