If we are leaders who are driven by a core set of values based on our personal integrity, then why don’t we always make the impression that we want to? Simple, because we are human and we all mess up ever so often. Nevertheless, the fact is that inconsistent leadership leads to inconsistent performance; therefore, it ought to be every leaders goal to be consistent and reliable. It’s been proven that parents “who are there” rear children who are more self-confident and reliable. It works the same way for managers and leaders. If we are there and we are consistent our employees will follow suit.