“Situational leadership is Christian in nature because it calls the leader to serve each person, not to ask each person to serve the leader.”
“Leaders don’t need to be gurus in management and administration, but if they ignore the importance of reaching a threshold of organizational competence, they hurt those they are leading.”
“Real leaders apologize with real apologies.”
Frame what people need to know in the context of what people want to know.
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