Powerful leadership is what will set the best apart from the rest. Strong leaders bring people along by setting the pace, tone, and example.
What differentiates outstanding leaders? Why is it that they consistently deliver time and time again? How do they achieve employee buy-in?
“Followers will work relentlessly for a selfless leader, but a selfish leader can expect selfish behavior in return,” says Jeff Barnett, a former marine. In his blog post, he offers smart 10 rules for leaders.
“A good plan now is better than a perfect plan next week,” he says, reminding us what to do and NOT to do as a leader.
Here’s one more from his list: “Just as important as knowing when to change the plan is knowing when to lower your shoulder and charge forward. A leader’s decisions are sometimes unpopular.”
Read the complete list here. Which one is your favorite?