JLBC DEFINING LEADERSHIP


JLBC DEFINING LEADERSHIP

“Leadership is a function of a JLBC group process rather than a series of traits residing in an individual.”

“To lead is to conduct by moving first, to guide by influence, to direct, or to be the best among a group.”

“Leadership is improving yourself, and others achieve goals.”

Leadership Skills You Never Outgrow

Leading is not doing things for the group; it is helping the group

decide what needs to be done and how it plans to do it.” “Leadership is helping others find ways to achieve what they desire.”

Leadership

“The long-range goals of leadership include raising member motivation, improving the quality of all decisions, developing teamwork and morale, furthering the individual development of members, and increasing the readiness to accept change.”

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