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  1. 1. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />The man whose <br />authority is recent<br />Is always stern.<br />-- Aeschylus<br />
  2. 2. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />Be kind, for everyone you meet<br />is fighting a hard battle!<br />-- Plato<br />
  3. 3. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />You do not lead <br />by hitting people over the head<br />—that’s assault, not leadership<br />-- Dweight D. Eisenhower<br />
  4. 4. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />Leadership is a combination <br />of strategy and character. <br />If you must be without one, <br />be without the strategy<br />-- H. Norman Schwarzkopf<br />
  5. 5. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />He makes a great mistake,<br />who supposes that authority<br />is firmer or better established<br />when it is founded by force than<br />that which is welded by affection <br />-- Terence<br />
  6. 6. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />There go my people. <br />I must find out where they are<br />going so I can lead them<br />-- AlexandreAugusteLedru Rollin<br />
  7. 7. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />The highest proof of virtue<br />is to possess boundless power<br />without abusing it.<br />-- Thomas Babington Macaulay<br />
  8. 8. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />Nobody rises to<br />low expectations<br />-- Calvin Lloyd<br />
  9. 9. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />The leader has to be <br />practical and a realist, <br />yet must talk<br />The language of the visionary<br />and the idealist!<br />-- Eric Hoffer<br />
  10. 10. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />Leaders must be close enough<br />to relate to others, <br />but far enough ahead<br /> to motivate them<br />-- John Maxwell<br />
  11. 11. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />If I have seen further,<br />it is by standing <br />on the shoulders of Giants!<br />-- Isaac Newton<br />
  12. 12. THE GREATES LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES EVER<br />Humaneness<br />Knowledge alone is not enough to get desired results. You must have the more elusive ability to teach and to motivate. This defines a leader; if you can’t teach and you can’t motivate, you can’t lead. <br />-- John Wooden<br />

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