Thursday, April 29, 2010

Learning to Lead

Of all the lessons I have learned about leadership, the most important one is that great leaders never stop learning. Sometimes they are learning to cultivate their own skills, but most often they are studying the lives of those they lead to know how to be a better leader for them.

We can have the best motivational skills, organizational skills, or presentation skills, but without genuine care for others, the rest will have no results. The empire begins to crumble the moment you forget those who have chosen to follow your leadership.

What do you think?

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