Category: Leadership

The Best Employees Want To Work For A Great Leader.

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The best employees want to work for a great leader. A leader who put people first. A leader who is ready to be vulnerable. So what makes great leaders tick?

Let’s find out.

In their book, Management Principles v. 1.0, Marson and his colleagues defined leadership as the act of influencing others to work toward a goal.

That is one of the responsibilities of a great leader: to bring people together for a common purpose.

What make them great?

Great leaders know that:

“You make have to fight a battle more than once to win it.”- Margaret Thatcher

“The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It is very easy to say yes.”- Tony Blair

“Leadership is not about a rigid set of rules and standards; it is about relationships, it’s about the complex ways people influence, inform, and inspire each other.”– Dr. Joe MacInnis

“Leadership is influence

Leadership is to inform

Leadership is to inspire

Each other”

“Great leaders are shaped by the challenges accepted and self-knowledge achieved.”- Dr. Joe MacInnis

“The best leaders find numerous ways of saying “I hear you; I understand you. I’m going to fight for you and do everything I can to make your job easier.”- Dr Joe MacInnis

“All great leaders have a first-hand knowledge of fear and know how to cope.”- Dr. Joe MacInnis

“You can judge a leader by the size of the problem he tackles. Other people can cope with the waves, it’s his job to watch the tide.”- Anthony Jay, English writer

“Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.”- Dwight D. Eisenhower

“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”– Ronald Regan

“Whatever you are, be a good one.”- Abraham Lincoln

Yes, whatever you do, wherever you work, be a good one.

20 Motivational John Maxwell Quotes On Leadership

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Dr John C Maxwell is an American author, speaker, and pastor who has written many life-changing and motivational books, primarily focusing on leadership.

As a leader, to create a great team, you must be a great leader. Here are some incredible quotes on how to become a better leader, according to John Maxwell

Q1. “Ninety-nine percent of all leadership occurs not from the top but from the middle of an organization.”- John Maxwell

Q2. “Leadership is a choice you make, not a place you sit.”- John Maxwell

Q3. “Good leadership is learned in the trenches. Leading as well as they can wherever they are is what prepares leaders for more and greater responsibility.”- John Maxwell

Q4. “Becoming a good leader is a lifelong learning process.”- John Maxwell

Q5. “You may be able to grant someone a position, but you cannot grant him real leadership. Influence must be earned.”- John Maxwell

Q6. “A position gives you a chance. It gives you the opportunity to try out your leadership .”- John Maxwell

Q7. “Good leaders rarely think in terms of boundaries; instead, they think in terms of opportunities.”- John Maxwell

Q8. “Insecure leaders think everything is about them, and as a result, every action, every piece of information, every decision is put through their filter of self-centeredness.” – John Maxwell

Q9. “Leaders in the middle usually experience the Multi-Hat Challenge on a daily basis.”- John Maxwell

Q10. “We can often become so focused on our dreams and goals that we lose sight of the responsibilities right in front of us.”- John Maxwell

Q11. “If we focus on being some other place because we think it’s better, then we will neither enjoy where we are nor do what we must to succeed.”- John Maxwell

Q12. “The more you effectively fulfill your role as a leader in the middle, the more fulfill you will be.”- John Maxwell

Q13. “If people disagree with with the vision, it’s often because they have a problem with the person who cast it.”- John Maxwell

Q14. “Vision leaks. It needs to be communicated clearly, creatively, and continually.”- John Maxwell

Q15. “While poor leaders demand respect, competent leaders command respect.”– John Maxwell

Q16. “The key to leading yourself well is to learn self- management.”- John Maxwell

Q17. “Good leaders know when to display emotions and when to delay them.”- John Maxwell

Q18. “Leaders can give up many things. They can delegate many things. The one thing that the top leader can never let go of is final responsibility.”- John Maxwell

Q19. “You learn resiliency and tenacity during tough assignments, not easy ones. When tough choices have to be made and results are difficult to achieve, leaders are forged.”- John Maxwell

Q20. “Great leaders don’t use people so that they can win. They lead people so that they all can win together.”- John Maxwell

Be a great leader!