Leadership is not easy.
Leadership is positive influence.
Leadership is capacity building.
Leadership is obedience to the lord.
Leadership is willingness to serve to the end.
Leadership is action in the right direction.
A leader must show honor to his or her flowers.
A leader must love his followers and be willing to serve them when the need arises.
- Leadership has a lot to do with your mindset and attitude than positions or titles.
- Your position is just to remind you of your leadership responsibilities, and it is how you carry out these responsibilities that makes you a leader.
- You don’t need a solid power to become a great leader; what you need is a solid character.
- To become the God kind of leader, having a mere title is not enough. What you need is a mantle. Receive the mantle of leadership!
- You don’t need much time to make an impact when you have already spent much time to make preparations.
- I like people who don’t just get appreciated because they have good looks but can also demonstrate that they have fine brains.
- One sure way to test your emotional maturity is look at how you react to opposing views of others.
- It is a human institution is a nice way of surrendering to the fight against carelessness, insincerity and inefficiency. Be perfect therefore, as your heavenly father is perfect (Matthew 5:48)
- Sometimes when your followers don’t have a clear understanding of your vision, they tend to complicate issues for you, thinking they are rather helping your cause. The Vision must be clear. In other words, be careful who you bring into the team, sometimes when people don’t understand the vision, they mess up in the mission.
- For a harmonious and astute leadership relation, we need to find the appropriate mean between theoretical wisdom and practical wisdom.
- Sometimes when a leader is surrended by sycophants, the one who decides to keep his head or stand sraight is perceived to be disloyal. I remember Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.
- It is good to demonstrate energy and enthusiasm in your work, but what counts is the number and magnitude of problems you solve in your work.
See also Dynamics of Leadership