Remarkable Leadership Qualities of Robert Langdon You Could Definitely Relate To
With long-awaited Dan Brown’s Origin hitting the stores this October, Langdon yet again made a striking impact among the fans. As the Harvard professor travels across the Spanish cities to find answers of our origin, the readers are definitely glued to the book, biting their nails off until the end. Amidst many fictional characters, Langdon has carved a place for himself among ardent readers. Whether his knowledge, adventurous spirit, or presence of mind, Brown’s Langdon is characterized in a way that all mystery lovers fall in love with. If you look deeper, Robert Langdon possesses significant leadership traits that many team managers can learn from:
Only Robert could pull off history lessons in an enthralling way that keeps the students attentive till the very end. A leader has to have strong communication skills. Miscommunication and miss leading communication are business killers. Only inspirational leaders can send strong and clear messages that cannot be interpreted in any other way than intended.
Persevere Till the Very End
Perseverance is the trait of a good leader. Whether it’s ticking time bomb or cryptic quest, Langdon never gives up, and so do a true leader. Project or problem, only an exemplary leader will see it through the very end.
What’s leadership without courage? Once set on a mission, Langdon never looks back. Many a times, he has risked his life to fight for a cause. Leaders should be brave in every walk of life. Their courage is the wall that protects the people and defends them in crucial situations.
Knowledge is Power, So Never Cease Learning
Most important of all, to lead and inspire people, leaders need to possess immense knowledge in their field. Known for a brilliant problem-solving mind and his genius, Langdon knows how to fight the war with no weapon, but knowledge. Only he could decipher clues from Da Vinci’s art and Illuminati’s cryptic messages, and more with ease and class!
So, which one of these traits you could relate to?