Someone who isn’t afraid to put their right foot forward and speak up in situations were they may be the only one who stands up for their certain belief. A leader needs to be someone who is understanding but who can get things done.
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When the CEO of a company called Vineet Nayar told all employees that substantial layoffs would happen if the company didn’t find a way to decrease expenses by $100 million, the employees came up with $260 million worth of cost saving ideas and no one got laid off. http://bit.ly/qZf7Bi
This is the kind of bottom up leadership more people in positions of leadership need to embrace.
On June 18, 1940, after the battle of France, the new Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Spencer Churchill, delivered a stirring speech to Parliament, and he spoke to the nation, in which he outlined the fact that the Nazi war machine would very soon attack Britain. At the end of his speech, Churchill pointed out that if they survived the terrible onslaught, history would look back and say, “this was their finest hour.” One of the finest leaders.
“Taken on the whole, I would believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men of our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence for fighting for our cause, but by non-participation of anything you believe is evil.” — Albert Einstein, 1950
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