How to Lose at Leadership

1.  If the leader has to obtain a following by force or cunning, by conspiracy or creating factions, that leader will invariably arouse resistance.


2.  If the leader feels “I do so much and no one thanks ME” or “public gratitude has rarely been shown to me,” that leader will provoke opposition.


3.  If the leader fails to follow his or her values, sooner or later that leader becomes a loser. – Shar McBee


PS –  Thank you to the Indiana National Guard!  They bought 500 copies of my book To Lead is to Serve and I will keynote their statewide conference.




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