10 Quotes That Should Shape Your Leadership

Leade Where You Are

July 26, 2013 in Events, Leadership | Re-post by Tony Morgan

Here are my top 10 leadership quotes from The Global Leadership Summit 2012.

  1. “An organization is not truly great if it can’t be great without you.” –Jim Collins

  2. “You are the most difficult person you will ever lead.”
    Bill Hybels

  3. “Don’t just delegate tasks to the next generation. If you delegate tasks, you create followers. Instead delegate authority to create leaders.” –Craig Groeschel

  4. “People need to be reminded more than they need to be instructed.” –Patrick Lencioni

  5. “The signature of mediocrity is not unwillingness to change. The true signature of mediocrity is chronic inconsistency.” –Jim Collins

  6. “Too often we argue about Christianity instead of marveling at Jesus.” –John Ortberg

  7. “When you are angry, you will make the best speech you will ever regret.” –William Ury

  8. “When you’re in a position of authority, you need truth-tellers around you.” –Condoleezza Rice

  9. “I failed him for two years because I was too chicken to have the difficult conversation.” –Bill Hybels

  10. “The moral failure of a leader will challenge the integrity of others as well.” –Mario Vega

In case you missed these, here are all my notes from last year’s Summit.

What were your favorite quotes?

The Global Leadership Summit 2014 launches August 14-15, just two weeks away. Find out more information here.

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Christian apologist, husband, father, runner, blogger, leader with LIFE Leadership.
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