Performance Leadership

The energy and vitality are essential to leadership. The two main sources of value at present are time and knowledge. Find new ways every day to use them better. The key responsibility of leadership is thinking about the future. Nobody else can do for you. Read one hour each day on your field will give you an advantage over your competition.

The inevitable crisis. All that matters is how you deal against it when it appears. Circumstances do not make the man; simply reveal himself. Regularly practice ways to anticipate the crisis. Think about what might fail and then get ready against that. The three C's of leadership are the consideration, caring and courtesy. Be nice to everyone.

Respect is the key determinant of high performance leadership. The performance depends on how much people respect you. The value of a promise is the cost of keeping your word. The weaker your core skills sets the culture to which you will use your other skills. Learn to use computers. It uses the technology to boost your ability. Whatever has brought you to where you are is not enough to keep you there. To earn more you need to learn more. Self-discipline is the ability to make you do what you do when you must, auque not feel like it. Outsource any function and activity that could possibly make another person. Different people require different types of leadership at different times in their lives. Offer strong leadership and a clear advice to unskilled persons.