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Greta Thunberg is a Swedish environmental activist focused on the risks posed by global warming.
Thunberg first became known for her activism in 2018 when, at age 15, she began spending her school days outside the Swedish parliament to call for stronger climate action by holding up a sign saying (in Swedish) "School strike for climate". Soon, other students engaged in similar protests in their own communities. Together they organized a school climate strike movement under the name Fridays for Future.
Atomic Lab creator, there, he is dedicated to invent solutions for people who need them most and many other inventions. Today facing the development of various inventions, from the most advanced 3D printed prosthetic hand and arm, a "dynamic braille" that allows read books without digitizing to 3D printers made from cellphone screens to recycle the tecnoscrap of world, among other things.
Brandon Wu is ActionAid USA’s director of policy and campaigns. He leads work on international climate justice, approaching the problem of climate change from the perspective of sustainable development and the rights of impacted people. He specialises in climate finance for developing countries, fairness and equity in the global climate regime, and energy democracy in the Global South. Brandon recently completed a two-year term on the governing board of the Green Climate Fund. Follow him on Twitter @brandoncwu.
As a young girl, Malala Yousafzai defied the Taliban in Pakistan and demanded that girls be allowed to receive an education. She was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012 but survived. In 2014, she became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize
Martín, 22, is a Soccer fan, When he was born, the lack of oxygen affected his nervous system. He is an engineering student at UNC University in Argentina. In these times of uncertainty, nothing stops him and he fights every day to make his dreams come true.
He chooses to overcome obstacles and help both others by making face masks and his mother.
we choose him as an example of sacrifice, overcoming and constant fighting. Undoubtedly, he’s an example we want to share with you.
Here are seven of the most important leaders characteristics:
1. Outstanding leaders lead with consistency of character.
At the center of all great leadership are two interconnected qualities: consistency and character. Those who lead with character do the right thing 100 percent of the time, even if no one is watching and the benefits of cheating are great. They understand that their actions set the standard for their entire team, and that their influence reaches far beyond themselves.
2. Outstanding leaders are intentional about being accessible.
Generally speaking, the more successful you become, the less accessible you will be. Competing demands, busy schedules, and other factors make it tempting to fire off a few emails to your team and call it a day. Outstanding leaders make a concentrated effort to be accessible and available to those who need them.
3. Outstanding leaders are meticulous in their communication.
They know to be careful in every word they write, say, email, text, and tweet. Like all of us, they communicate across different levels of formality, but in every situation they make sure their communication is clear and appropriate. The art of communication is the language of leadership and essential to success, and it works for those who work at it.
4. Outstanding leaders make others feel valued.
They never forget that the greatest emotional need we have is to feel valued and appreciated. And they make sure they do their part so that everyone they encounter, from their CEO to the temps and interns, understands that his or her contribution is important and appreciated.
5. Outstanding leaders thirst for wisdom.
There’s a saying that knowledge comes to those who are thirsty for wisdom. The best leaders make a continual effort to expand their mind and increase their understanding–of their field, of leadership, of those around them, of the issues of the day, and of the world in general. Wisdom is a byproduct of our life experiences, and the best leaders take their experiences and turn them into wisdom.
6. Outstanding leaders are decisive.
The ability to make even difficult decisions calmly and authoritatively is critically important to leaders, their organizations, and their people. Part of it is knowing how to focus, part of it is trusting your own instincts (and the knowledge and experience that underlie them), and part of it is being ahead of the game enough that you’ve already done any studying and discussion that might be helpful.