Friday, July 29, 2016

Leadership in a Tweet


I had the pleasure last week to teach a class of heads of school and principals on leadership. When I asked them to tweet me what leadership means to them, here is what I received from several members of the class:
  • Being a value-based person with a clear direction willing to be joined by and support others.
  • The art of assisting others in developing and applying their skills for the good of others.
  • A proposed cycle: listen, observe, analyze, communicate, serve, empower, protect, host, nurture, encourage, rest, play and repeat.
  • Engaging others in the actualization of core values in the service of a higher purpose.
  • Attend. Listen. Observe. Consider. Connect. Engage. Decide. Inspire. Nudge. Assist. Reflect. Adjust. Celebrate. Translate. Share. Step aside
  • Inspiring others to do more and to be more.  A true leader leads by example and fosters leadership in others.
  • Serving others; taking responsibility for other’s well-being & growth; willing to learn from others; & having the courage to forge new path.
Such good tweets.

6 comments:

amazon said...

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Leadership is something that is a God gifted ability but to some extent it can also be achieved with some struggle and education..

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Anonymous said...

Thorugh the tweets people motivate each other about their study and career. Students really need to work hard on resume writing. You must try this and write proper resume.

James Terrier said...

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AnnaBush said...

It's simply amazing to read about leadership facts and you really taught greatly.I can rewrite my paper on leadership in light of your lecture.Good work !