Monday, April 15, 2019

Aspiring Thoughts...

  • Goals should be realistic, attainable, and shared among all members of the team.
  • You develop a team to achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. All of us alone are weaker, by far, than if all of us are together.
  • Confidence shared is better than confidence only in yourself.
  • In leadership, there are no words more important than trust. In any organization, trust must be developed among every member of the team if success is going to be achieved.
  • A leader may be the most knowledgeable person in the world, but if the players on his team cannot translate that knowledge into action, it means nothing.
  • Erect no artificial walls that might limit potential, stifle creativity, or shackle innovation.
  • Leaders should be reliable without being predictable. They should be consistent without being anticipated.
  • A leader has to be positive about all things that happen to his team. Look at nothing in the past as failure.
  • Courage and confidence are what decision making is all about.
  • Leaders show respect for people by giving them time.
  • I believe God gave us crises for some reason—and it certainly wasn’t for us to say that everything about them is bad. A crisis can be a momentous time for a team to grow—if a leader handles it properly.
  • Encourage members of your team to take the initiative and act on their own.
  • People want to be on a team. They want to be part of something bigger than themselves. They want to be in a situation where they feel that they are doing something for the greater good.


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