THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF LEADERSHIP

 

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF LEADERSHIP

 

 1. Make What Matters Really Matter

 

Hold yourself and others accountable for bringing your mission to life.

 

2. Practice What You Preach

 

Be a role model for honesty, integrity, and walking the talk.

 

3. Communicate with Care and Conviction

 

Share what you know, be considerate and confident, and listen respectfully.

 

4. Create the Involvement You Seek

 

Provide team members with meaningful opportunities to participate.

 

5. Do Right by Those Who Do Right

 

Acknowledge and thank team members who meet or exceed your expectations.

 

6. Provide What They Need to Succeed

 

Make sure team members have the tools, training, and support necessary to do their best work.

 

7. Confront Challenges with Courage

 

Face difficult situations directly. Make the tough calls. Do what you know needs to be done.

 

8. Let Differences Become Your Direction

 

Appreciate the uniqueness of all of your team members. Use it to move you beyond the status quo.

 

9.Strive to Serve Others

 

Use your knowledge and skills for the betterment of all “customers.”

 

10. Go Forth and Prosper

 

Build a lasting legacy. Accept that your ultimate purpose is to help everyone become successful.