19 Bold Thoughts About Leadership

Leadership. It’s certainly not about being “The Boss”. I’d venture to say it’s more like not being the boss.¬†Granted, you do not want to be one of the guys while at work because you are supposed to lead not have others lead you. So what is a leader and how should they behave?

Here’s an interesting slideshow with 19 thoughts on leadership for you.

Do you agree? Which resonates with you?

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Author: Ken Chandler (27 Articles)

Ken Chandler

I started my first offline business around 1992 I owned and operated a radio sales and repair shop for about 4 yrs. I have been online since around 1996. I dabbled mostly and it wasn`t till 2006 when I went to my first Big Seminar that I really saw what the internet was doing right at my fingertips. Since then I have started and currently run several service sites online.My personal brand online is not completed yet but I work on it daily in the hopes of establishing myself. I decided to narrow down those that I truly follow and recommend. Armand Morin , Michel and Sylvie Fortin and Jim Howard author of Branded for Success are my main sources of knowledge these days by choice. For inspiration Tony Robbins fills the bill nicely. I have to say that Ed Dale is still a favorite and I love what he has done with the Challenge and the amount of people I know who have benefited .Jimmy D Brown,Jim Edwards are always trusted sources of quality information. I intentionally cut back on those that I follow to reduce the noise and allow me to focus on what is important.This is not to say there are not plenty of good people to learn from. I just think you need to choose a few and immerse yourself in what they can offer. Napoleon Hill- is a must read for anyone in business I think I have a diverse enough background to bring some good things to smallbusinessbranding.com . I look forward to the chance to prove it.