The Third Golden Rule of Leadership


 Key points:  


  • A strong leader must be willing to consider the community at large. Recognizing and acknowledging your work community is critical.
  • The concept of social unity is important to understand. When people of a given organization learn to work in cohesion, goals and objectives are achieved.


Read the full article by Panos Mourdoukoutas on Forbes

Leadership in 
a Crisis - 
How To Be a Leader



Key points :
  • As a leader you must take accountability when problems arise. You cannot run from turmoil. Instead, a leader must overcome obstacles to empower others to do the same.
  • A leader must be willing to step up to the plate. With great power comes great responsiblity. Therefore, if difficult situations present themselves, a leader is looked to for the solution.

Five Ways Leaders 

Suffocate Their Organizations


 Key points:

  • Unrealistic expectations can create both a hostile and stressful work environment. It's perfectly alright to set goals, but as a leader you must be rational. 
  • Building rapport or learning how to work as a team are important elements. As the old saying goes, "Quality not quantity."
  • Any good leader must have the ability to effectively communicate. If the channels of communication are weak, the organization will run amok. 



Read the full article by Jeff Boss on Entrepreneur 

Never Let Criticism Define You




Key points:


  • Focus on the task at hand. Ignore the outside noise. Scrutiny and disparagement are inevitable. However don't succumb to these agents of criticism.
  • Instead of reprimanding your critics, respond to them with kindness. This unquestioningly perplexes the critics. Moreover, it conveys a shrewd demeanor. 
  • Your works define you. Your achievements and successes define you. More importantly, the work you do to help others defines you. 


Read the full article by John Bryant on LinkedIn

Level Five Leadership Characteristics: An Understanding of What You Can Be





Key points:

  • A level five leader is an elite leader whom demonstrates humility and ambition. This leader does not seek spotlight or recognition but rather encourages unity and teamwork.
  • These leaders are not motivated by self-interest. They are driven by the interest of the people. Improving the company and fostering relationships are instrumental in their success.


Read the full article by Ava Ralphs on Profession Biz

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