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Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
Top 50 Super Quotes About Leadership
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  • 1. 50<br />Top Super Quotes<br />About Leadership<br />
  • 2. &quot;Character creates <br />consistency, and if <br />your people know <br />what they can expect<br />from you, they will<br />continue to look to<br />you for leadership.&quot;- John Maxwell <br />
  • 3. &quot;Nothing so conclusively<br />proves a man&apos;s ability to lead<br />others as what he does from<br />day to day to lead himself.&quot;<br />- Thomas J. Watson <br />
  • 4. &quot;My job is to not be easy<br />on people. My job is to<br />make them better.&quot;- Steve Jobs <br />
  • 5. &quot;Effective organizations put people in jobs in which they can do the most good. They place people -- and allow people to place themselves -- according to their strengths.&quot; - Peter Drucker<br />
  • 6. &quot;The challenge of leadership is<br />to be strong, but not rude; be<br />kind, but not weak; be bold, <br />but not bully; be thoughtful, <br />but not lazy; be humble, but<br />not timid; be proud, but not <br />arrogant; have humor,<br />but without folly.&quot;- Jim Rohn<br />
  • 7. &quot;I&apos;ve always found that the speed of the boss is the speed of the team.&quot;- Lee Iacocca<br />
  • 8. &quot;To manage one must lead. To lead, one must understand the work that he and his people are responsible for.&quot;- W. Edwards Deming<br />
  • 9. &quot;No member of a crew is praised for the rugged individuality of his rowing.&quot;- Ralph Waldo Emerson<br />
  • 10. &quot;Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.&quot;- John Fitzgerald Kennedy<br />
  • 11. &quot;Organization doesn&apos;t really accomplish anything. <br />Plans don&apos;t accomplish anything, either. Theories of <br />management don&apos;t much matter. Endeavors succeed or<br />fail because of the people involved. Only by attracting<br />the best people will you accomplish great deeds.&quot; - Colin Powell<br />
  • 12. &quot;When the eagles are silent,<br />the parrots begin to jabber.&quot;<br />- Winston Churchill <br />
  • 13. &quot;Make sure that team members know they are working with you, not for you.&quot; - John Wooden <br />
  • 14. &quot;Sometimes, I think my<br />most important job as a <br />CEO is to listen for bad <br />news. If you don&apos;t act on it, <br />your people will eventually<br />stop bringing bad news to<br />your attention and that is<br />the beginning of the end.”<br />- Bill Gates<br />
  • 15. &quot;Leadership rests not only upon ability, not only upon capacity; having the capacity to lead is not enough. The leader must be willing to use it. His leadership is then based on truth and character. There must be truth in the purpose and will power in the character.&quot;- Vince Lombardi <br />
  • 16. &quot;If there&apos;s any one secret of effectiveness, it&apos;s concentration. Effective executives do first things first and they do one thing at a time.&quot;- Peter F. Drucker <br />
  • 17. &quot;The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves.”<br />- Ray Kroc <br />
  • 18. &quot;Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.&quot;- Stephen Covey <br />
  • 19. &quot;A new leader has to be able to change an organization that is dreamless, soulless and visionless... someone&apos;s got to make a wake up call.&quot;- Warren Bennis<br />
  • 20. &quot;A leader must face danger.<br />He must take the risk and <br />the blame, and the brunt<br />of the storm.&quot;- Herbert N. Casson<br />
  • 21. &quot;The best leader, however, is one who &apos;leads like<br />the baby&apos;. The baby, though apparently depending<br />on everyone, is the king of the household.&quot;- Swami Vivekananda<br />
  • 22. &quot;Your ability to negotiate, communicate, influence, and persuade others to do things is absolutely indispensable to everything you accomplish in life. The most effective men and women in every area are those who can quite competently organize the cooperation and assistance of other people toward the accomplishment of important goals and objectives.&quot;- Brian Tracy<br />
  • 23. &quot;Leaders are designers, stewards, and teachers. <br />They are responsible for building organizations<br />where people continually expand their abilities <br />to understanding complexity, clarify vision, and<br />improve shared mental models - that is, they are<br />responsible for learning.&quot;- Peter Senge<br />
  • 24. &quot;People buy into<br />the leader before they<br />buy into the vision.&quot;- John C. Maxwell<br />
  • 25. &quot; Start with good people, lay<br />out the rules, communicate<br />with your employees, motivate<br />them and reward them. If you<br />do all those things effectively,<br />you can&apos;t miss.&quot;Lee Iacocca -<br />
  • 26. &quot;Synergy is the highest activity of life; it creates new untapped alternatives; it values and exploits the mental, emotional, and psychological differences between people.&quot;- Stephen Covey<br />
  • 27. &quot;It is literally true<br />that you can succeed<br />best and quickest by<br />helping others to succeed.&quot;- Napoleon Hill<br />
  • 28. &quot;I don&apos;t believe in just ordering <br />people to do things. You have to sort<br />of grab an oar and row with them.&quot;- Harold Geneen <br />
  • 29. &quot;Our mission statement about <br />treating people with respect and <br />dignity is not just words but a creed <br />we live by every day. You can&apos;t expect<br />your employees to exceed the<br />expectations of your customers if you<br />don&apos;t exceed the employees&apos; <br />expectations of management.&quot;- Howard Schultz<br />
  • 30. &quot; I not only use all the<br />brains I have but all <br />that I can borrow.&quot;- Woodrow Wilson<br />
  • 31. &quot;The task of the <br />leader is to get his<br />people from <br />where they are to<br />where they have<br />not been.&quot;- Henry Kissinger<br />
  • 32. &quot;Leaders must be close enough to<br />relate to others, but far enough<br />ahead to motivate them.&quot;John Maxwell<br />
  • 33. &quot;If you would be a leader, you must lead your own generation, not the next one.&quot;- Woodrow Wilson<br />
  • 34. &quot;Leadership is solving<br />problems. The day <br />soldiers stop bringing<br />you their problems is the<br />day you have stopped <br />leading them. They have<br />either lost confidence <br />that you can help or <br />concluded you do not <br />care. Either case is a <br />failure of leadership.&quot;- Colin Powell<br />
  • 35. &quot;Leadership determines the<br />direction of the company. <br />Organization determines the<br />potential of the company. <br />Personnel determine the<br />success of the company.&quot;- John Maxwell<br />
  • 36. &quot;If I had to select one<br />quality, one personal <br />characteristic that I <br />regard as being most <br />highly correlated with <br />success whatever the <br />field, I would pick the <br />trait of persistence. <br />Determination. The will<br />to endure to the end, to<br />get knocked down 70 <br />times and get up off the<br />floor saying, Here comes<br />number 71!&quot;Richard M. Devos<br />
  • 37. &quot;Associate yourself <br />with men of good <br />quality if you esteem<br />your own reputation,<br />for &apos;tis better to be <br />alone than in bad<br />company.&quot;- George Washington<br />
  • 38. &quot;The essence of competitiveness is liberated when we make<br />people believe that what they think and do is important – and<br />then get out of their way while they do it.&quot;- Jack Welch<br />
  • 39. &quot;It is better to have one person<br />working with you than three<br />people working for you.&quot;Dwight D. Eisenhower<br />
  • 40. &quot;A sense of humor is part of the art of leadership, of getting along with people, of getting things done.&quot;Dwight D. Eisenhower<br />
  • 41. &quot;Leadership rests not only upon <br />ability, not only upon capacity; <br />having the capacity to lead is not <br />enough. The leader must be willing<br />to use it. His leadership is then <br />based on truth and character. <br />There must be truth in the purpose<br />and will power in the character.&quot;- Vince Lombardi<br />
  • 42. &quot;You cannot build<br />character and<br />courage by taking<br />away a man&apos;s <br />initiative and <br />independence.&quot;Abraham Lincoln<br />
  • 43. &quot;Teamwork is the ability to<br />work together toward a<br />common vision. The ability<br />to direct individual <br />accomplishments toward <br />organizational objectives. <br />It is the fuel that allows<br />common people to attain<br />uncommon results.&quot;Andrew Carnegie<br />
  • 44. &quot;Build for your team a feeling of oneness,<br />of dependence on one another and of <br />strength to be derived by unity.&quot;- Vince Lombardi <br />
  • 45. &quot;Without involvement, <br />there is no commitment.<br />Mark it down, asterisk it,<br />circle it, underline it. <br />No involvement,<br />no commitment.&quot;- Dr. Stephen Covey<br />
  • 46. &quot;You do not lead by<br />hitting people over the<br />head- that&apos;s assault,<br />not leadership.&quot;Dwight D Eisenhower<br />
  • 47. &quot;People ask the difference between a leader and a boss.<br />The leader works in the open and the boss in covert.<br />The leader leads and the boss drives.&quot;Theodore Roosevelt<br />
  • 48. &quot;Leaders learn by leading, and<br />they learn best by leading in<br />the face of obstacles. As <br />weather shapes mountains, <br />problems shape leaders.&quot;- Warren Bennis<br />
  • 49. &quot;A manager&apos;s task is to make the<br />strengths of people effective and<br />their weakness irrelevant – and<br />that applies fully as much to the<br />manager&apos;s boss as it applies to<br />the manager&apos;s subordinates.&quot;- Peter Drucker <br />
  • 50. &quot;In the past a leader was a <br />boss. Today&apos;s leaders must be<br />partners with their people..<br />they no longer can lead solely<br />based on positional power.&quot;- Ken Blanchard<br />
  • 51. &quot;The pessimist complains <br />about the wind. The optimist<br />expects it to change. The<br />leader adjusts the sails.&quot;- John Maxwell<br />Thank You Very Much<br />SompongYusoontorn<br />

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