12 Principles of Great Leadership: Quotes and Tips About Leadership Styles
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12 Principles of Great Leadership: Quotes and Tips About Leadership Styles
Now is the time to polish your leadership style. This leadership principles report can change your life, and it’s FREE!
Good leadership qualities can be developed no matter what your position is in life.
At Leadercast, we believe leadership is not reserved for those with a “C” in their title. We’re here to create better leaders in our communities, businesses, organizations and homes across the world. If you think that might include you, please read on.
Here’s some food for thought you may never have considered:
- Bestselling author and communicator Andy Stanley reminds us that the best leaders don’t feel the need to be the smartest person in the room. Instead, they’re willing to be the dumbest – and to learn from the smarter people.
- Another leadership expert, John C. Maxwell, notes leaders can have weaknesses just like anyone else. The trick is to divide those weaknesses by delegating them. “A leader is like a quarterback,” Maxwell says. “He doesn’t get paid to run the ball. He gets paid to put the ball into the right hands.”
- Former NFL Coach Tony Dungy reveals that over his seven years with the Indianapolis Colts the team that won the Superbowl was not only not his best team, but was in fact fifth or sixth in terms of talent. “But that was the closest team, the team that did all the right things together,” Dungy says. Doing the little things right as part of a team is as much a good leadership quality as any of the flashier leadership styles you might envision.
All of the above … that’s the kind of leadership we want you to learn and exercise – no matter what your job title. And to help you to do it, we’ve written a complete guidebook to developing the most effective leadership styles – and we’ve made it absolutely FREE to get it into the hands of as many potential leaders as possible.
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Leadership Styles Compiled by the Experts
This Special Report includes the leadership traits, behaviors and values that we at Leadercast teach every day, all in one reader-friendly guide. It’s the kind of guide you’ll turn to again and again, whenever you have a question, a doubt, any uncertainty about what a great leader would do in a given situation. Keep it handy and you’ll always have the answers!
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12 Principles of Great Leadership: Quotes and Tips About Leadership Styles is a comprehensive, foundational guide to the critical leadership qualities that all great leaders possess. It is simple, straightforward and powerful. In fact, this Special Report is designed to help you…
- Understand the five leadership values that make a leader a person worth following
- Discover the seven behaviors and leadership traits that great leaders build upon the values they hold
- Learn how you can put these 12 principles of leadership to work in day-to-day living
- Gain confidence in your ability to demonstrate good leadership qualities in the face of life’s challenges
- Start your journey down the path of becoming a truly great leader, no matter where you are in your career or personal life
Of course, you’re probably wondering who we are and why you should read our Special Report. After all, a good leader isn’t afraid to ask questions! So allow me to introduce ourselves: Leadercast is an organization dedicated to creating the new leaders the world desperately needs. Did you know…
- Bad leadership costs the economy $360 billion every year in lost productivity.
- 3 out of 4 people report that their boss is the worst and most stressful part of their job.
- 65% of employees say they'd take a new leader over a pay raise.
These are just a few of the reasons why we’re so dedicated to training great leaders. And at Leadercast, because great leadership is so important to us, we take a different approach to that training! As we produce instructional content and events, we’re constantly looking through the lens of what’s epic, elegant and beautiful – words that are certainly not typically associated with leadership development.
Call us crazy, but we’re convinced that great leadership traits can be instilled as much by awe-inspiring films, great art and soul-quenching music as by as the next best-selling leadership book, or must-tweet axiom. That’s our passion, and the unique way in which we train great leaders.
And that’s why we say you should begin your new leadership training with us and the elegant, powerful leadership traits we’ve identified: Read our FREE Special Report, 12 Principles of Great Leadership: Quotes and Tips About Leadership Styles
Are you familiar with the five leadership values that every great leader must share? The first, as you’ll discover when you read our leadership qualities list, is personal integrity. Honesty and personal integrity are qualities that cause individuals to identify with, and follow, a great leader.
You’ll certainly want to read the story related in this guide by Gen. Hugh Shelton about how an otherwise ordinary incident in which he displayed his personal integrity impacted those who heard of it. Most importantly: As the general notes, by maintaining his own integrity, he prevented future shortcuts or rule-bending by others in his command because they would follow his lead.
That’s the kind of lesson you get throughout this FREE guide – all of it in clear, straightforward language, and all of it a fascinating read.
But you also get more than just real-life examples of the values on our leadership qualities list. For every leadership trait we deliver, you also get tips for making that quality part of your personal behavior. Here’s an example from the guide on how to strengthen your personal of integrity:
Ask yourself these two questions to ensure that you’re appropriately prioritizing integrity.
- Do you value integrity more than anything else in your personal leadership?
- What are the things you absolutely would not compromise?
For every question you ask – and answer – for yourself, you’ll find you’ve exponentially increased your value as a leader, and your prospects in your career and in your personal life.
That’s why each of the five fundamental leadership values delivers a real-life example of that value at work, along with tips for empowering yourself with those values. When studying authenticity, you’ll learn about how vulnerability with your team allows you to maintain it. Then you’ll be asked to list a recent example of when you could have been vulnerable with your team or a team member, but instead chose to play it safe.
For another leadership trait, you’ll be instructed to ask yourself what is currently preventing you from achieving excellence.
Read this free guide right now to learn more about these and discover the two other values on our leadership qualities list. It’s an invaluable, straightforward tool for teaching yourself to become a better leader.
Behaviors that build on values to create seven more leadership styles
In addition to the five leadership values this guide teaches, it also discusses seven leadership behaviors that are built upon those values. These behaviors start with simplicity: the ability to bring clarity to the complex.
As leadership responsibilities grow, you’ll find yourself increasingly surrounded by complications. The multitude of responsibilities increase, the quantity of decisions skyrockets and alternatives seem endless. Yet your brain can only truly focus on one thing at a time. Great leaders help create the focused attention necessary in others to collectively move toward a common goal.
In fact, when you read this guide, you’ll find out how the legendary Steve Jobs created simplicity and clarity for Apple when it had started to lose its way – simplicity which, you’ll find, the rest of us as Apple consumers take for granted even today.
Like other great leaders, Jobs focused on three key elements that are critical to ensuring that the message and guidance he was providing to his followers would be easily understood and acted upon:
- He focused on what was relevant.
- He inhibited everything else.
- He created a working memory.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Some of the other behaviors included in this leadership qualities list include creativity, bravery and insight. And each of the leadership characteristics included in this guide comes with personal examples, inspirational quotes and exercises for making these leadership traits a natural part of your character.
By now I’m sure you see the value of this carefully-prepared Special Report and the leadership traits it teaches. No one who wants to become a leader, or a better leader, should overlook it! And because you’ve taken the time to read this, you’re clearly a person who values strong leadership styles and is prepared to master them.
That means you’re exactly the kind of person we hope to reach with 12 Principles of Great Leadership: Quotes and Tips About Leadership Styles. The kind of person who other people want to follow.
If you’re an experienced leader already, you know it’s always possible to improve. If you’re still developing your leadership skills, you’re eager for new ideas. Either way, what better way to enhance your skills than with this comprehensive, authoritative – FREE – guide?
Do you want to find out what it takes to be the type of leader that others want to follow?
Are you ready to take your leadership skills to another level?
Can you picture yourself advancing in your career and in your personal life with new, advanced leadership qualities?
Then download this free guide right now, and get started. The minute you do, you start becoming one of the leaders the world needs.
Yours for legendary leadership,
Director, Leadercast Now
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