- is one who has not sought the high places, but who has been drafted into service because of her ability and willingness to serve
- knows where she is going, why she is going, and how to get there
- knows no discouragement, presents no alibi
- knows how to lead without being dictatorial; true leaders are humble
- seeks the best for those she serves
- leads for the good of the most concerned, and not for the personal gratification of her own ideas
- develops leaders while leading
- marches with the group, and interprets correctly the signs on the pathway that leads to success
- has her head in the clouds but her feet on the ground!
- considers leadership an opportunity for service
6 most important words
I ADMIT I MADE A MISTAKE
5 most important words
YOU DID A GOOD JOB!
4 most important words
WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?
3 most important words
IF YOU PLEASE
2 most important words
The 1 most important word
The least important word
General Eisenhower used to demonstrate with a simple piece of string. He'd put it on a table and say "Pull it and it'll follow wherever you wish. Push it and it will go nowhere at all. It's just that way when it comes to leading people.
Here is a simple piece of string.
The most important function of a leader is to bring individuals together as a TEAM, to make them "GEL" . . .
G for GOODFINDERS - Look for the GOOD in others!
E for EXPECT THE BEST - in yourself and others!
L for LOYALTY - the desire to help others become successful!