According to Howard Wilner, an experienced business development professional from Sudbury, MA, there are few things that all great leaders have in common. For instance, they never quit learning no matter how successful they already are. So, if you wish to be a great leader, work on systematizing your learning, says Wilner. When you start thinking that you already know what someone more experienced than you is telling, you have mentally closed your mind to learn anything new.

Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA shares that great leaders are highly motivated to lead for the good of others, not to gain recognition. Plus, they know the importance of discipline, especially when they need to refocus, recalibrate, and rediscover the passion which once fueled them. The best leaders are also the ones that are willing to lead others at places that they are not willing to go on their own.

About Howard Wilner

Howard Wilner is an experienced business development professional. Having received his education from the Massachusetts Bay Community College and the Boston College, Howard has been active in the automotive industry for a long time now. He has a strong command in automobile site acquisitions, automobile inventory management, negotiation, coaching, sales, and automotive repair.

Howard Wilner has also been a part of several organizations including - the Charter Oak Country Club, Boston College Club, NHREIA, New England Society and Automotive News Professional Community. He also volunteered with Rotary International for three years.