MOORE’S LAW OF LEADERSHIP

“As the number of books on leadership skills and strategies increase, the number of available leaders decrease.”

I say this, of course, with my tongue firmly in cheek.  

There is a very serious point that must be made: leaders don’t become that way by reading books on steps and strategies or simple formulas for success. ¬†Leadership can be messy which is not the sort of thing that is easily reducible to cleverly laid out principles.

What is one quality you respect the most in the best leaders you have seen?

 

3 thoughts on “MOORE’S LAW OF LEADERSHIP

  1. Jeannie Love

    I respect godly wisdom so that I will benefit from where that leader takes me. I strongly dislike having to follow a faulty leader (which I’ve had to do a time or two on the job).

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