Once we learn objectively from our past, the quality of our decisions in the present improve, and our future becomes brighter.
If we have ever needed an honored filled society it is now! Honor is a value that creates a safe place where people can be free. Honor protects the value that people have for those who are different than they are.
We must understand it is never a one man show. We don’t make it to the top alone nor do we fail alone. People that surround us provide support by adding to or taking away and thus deteriorating our effectiveness. Quality in our friends, co-workers, associates, and consultants, can never be underestimated. Proper vetting is worth the time and investment that will reward us with success, less regret, and fewer painful experiences.
Improving our leadership skills takes time, effort, dedication, and humility. We cannot microwave ourselves to better ability and effectiveness. It is a slow-cooking process of development; no one arrives at it overnight. We arrive at maturity and improvement not accidentally, but on purpose.
When you honor protocol it creates rewards of access and advancement. Protocol is a code of conduct or standard of procedure to access properly higher levels of authority. It is to be taught to proteges for the purpose of communicating importance of people, position, and power. It establishes the necessity of submission to authority to … Continue reading Honor Acknowledges Protocol
Being a visionary doesn't mean you live in the future ignoring the present. It's what brings purpose and motivation to the present.
Laws then help to shape the value system within those who are coming into the nation so they can become contributors to the good of the whole.
The most powerful word in any language is "NO." This is the greatest verbal asset to leadership which reveals, asserts, and exposes one's principles. Many leaders could have been spared heartache, humiliation, and a tainted legacy if they would have used it.
When we as leaders leave this world, the greatest memory should not be the eulogy spoken at our funeral or the epitaph inscribed on our tombstone. Rather, it should be the lives that continue to speak and produce what we started.
I'm finding that maturity in leadership is a component of success that too often we never diagnose. The knee jerk reaction when there is a problem with leaders is putting their policies under the microscope and using them (policies) for the forensic evidence of the political error. Through investigation I am seeing that position does … Continue reading Maturity in Leadership Goes Hand in Hand Like Two People in Marriage