Sixteen The Guiding Principles of Leadership
from The Leader in You
The first step toward success is identifying your own leadership strengths.

Communication is built on trusting relationships.

Motivation can never be forced. People have to want to do a good lob.

There's nothing more effective and rewarding than showing a genuine interest in other people.

Step outside yourself to discover what's important to someone else.

Nobody is more persuasive than a good listener.

Team players are the leaders of tomorrow.

Truly respecting others is the bedrock of motivation.

People work for money but go the extra mile for recognition, praise, and rewards.

Be quick to admit mistakes and slow to criticize. Above all, be constructive.

Set goals that are clear, challenging, and obtainable.

Leaders never lose their focus. They keep their eyes on the big picture.

Consistently high performance comes from a balance between work and leisure.

Gain strength from the positive and don't be sapped by the negative.

Tame your worries and energize your life.

Never underestimate the power of enthusiasm.