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Lead by example

True leaders don’t expect others to do anything they aren’t willing to do themselves.

Their leadership comes from their actions.

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Key Ideas

Lead with ethics

True leaders are proof you can do well by doing right. 

Their ethics are etched in their very being, as natural impulses that never go out of style.

Lead by example

True leaders don’t expect others to do anything they aren’t willing to do themselves.

Their leadership comes from their actions.

Lead with fairness

True leaders rise above their own prejudices and treat everyone equally.

Lead with humility

True leaders know that humility is concerned with what is right. It is the highest form of self-respect to lead from the stance of humility.

Bring out the best in others

True leaders guide and support others in their success. They ensure that everyone wants to work with excellence.

Believe in others

True leaders kindle within others a desire to excel simply by believing in them and building their confidence in return.

Lead with trust

True leaders are competent, reliable and consistent. They lead with trust, and in turn, they get people who are loyal and show them respect.

Lead with confidence

True leaders have great confidence and courage. They look fear in the face and defy it.

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The Importance Of Business Ethics

The way to becoming a great leader is through your core values, business ethics and leadership qualities which precede you in both your business and personal life.

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Becoming A Better Leader
  • Read the life stories of those with leadership qualities that you admire and think about how to apply their lessons to your life.
  • Analyze your key relationships regularly and resolve to live in truth with the most important people in your life.
  • Keep your promises and commitments as part of your core values and leadership qualities.
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