venturousness


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ven·tur·ous

 (vĕn′chər-əs)
adj.
Venturesome.

ven′tur·ous·ly adv.
ven′tur·ous·ness n.
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The leader is characterised by a strong drive for responsibility and task completion, vigour and persistence in pursuit of goals, venturousness and originality in problem-solving, drive to exercise initiative in social structures, self-confidence and sense of personal identity, willingness to accept consequences of decisions and actions, readiness to absorb interpersonal stress, willingness to tolerate frustration and delay, ability to influence other persons' behaviour and capacity to structure social interaction systems to the purpose at hand.