Ralph Nader attorney and author once said, “The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” It is important that leaders give back and help others develop strong leadership skills.
REAL Leadership Online has provided leadership motivation in the form of quotes,online resources, books and videos, but leadership inspiration can also come from music. This week we are bringing you a leadership playlist.
If you had less than 30 seconds to tell someone who you are and what you do, could you do it? Whether you are talking to a potential new member about Gamma Phi Beta or introducing yourself to a new client, an elevator pitch can be a powerful tool.
Even though we still have a long way to go to reach true gender quality, there have never been as many women in leadership positions in history as there are today. We are fortunate to have strong female role models in every field from politics and entertainment, to technology and business.
Great leaders inspire and motivate, but where do leaders get their own inspiration? Leaders need inspiration, too. Inspiration can come from many places - a mission statement, leadership quote or reconnecting with followers in a meaningful way.
In our last post, we discussed the benefits of identifying a mentor. Deciding you need a mentor is the easy part. What comes next, developing a relationship with your mentor, involves a bit of work and some commitment.