by Rob Campbell
John Maxwell is well known for the following quote: “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” It’s true, isn’t it?
I’m wondering– what leadership lessons are near and true to your heart?
Further, would you be willing to share those lessons with this blog community? You need not be wordy (as you may note this blog post is quite brief).
Let me share two of my favorite leadership lessons.
First, everyone will not be like you.
Next, everyone will not like you.
Post a comment. Be brief. One or two lines is just fine.
6 thoughts on “Leadership Lessons”
People will not do what you expect, they will do what you inspect.
People will do what you do not what you say.
Just because you said it once does not mean they heard what you said
Your actions speak much louder than your words
Correct answers and a wealth of knowledge is useless without a passionate heart
You do what you value and you value what you do.
Never trust your dog to watch your sandwich.
“Attitude determines our altitude.” Attitude matters!
Coming in a little late here:
â€œAt the outset of any study of spiritual leadership, this Master Principle must be squarely faced: True greatness, true leadership, is found in giving yourself in service to othersâ€. J. Oswald Chambers
“Leadership is getting someone to do what they don’t want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve.” Tom Landry
“Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character. But if you must be without one, be without the strategy.” Norman Schwarzkopf