Saturday 19th January 11:39

MTL Motivators: Leadership Skills

In the MTL "Leadership Skills" Motivator, you'll find the best quotes ever written about the nature of leadership. Read why Peter Drucker thinks that leadership is more than just a magnetic personality; what two things Doug Smith thinks need to be in balance for leadership; Vince Lombardi's secret to successful leadership; Goethe's famous advice on how to treat others; and what John Adair regards as the most effective quality of leadership. There are 100 slides in this unique collection. Read them once and you'll want to go through them again and again. These gems are great for sharing with friends in the workplace, on websites, and in your own learning. If you're a trainer or coach, take a look below at an original way to use these materials on your courses.

"Leadership Skills" Motivators: Our Selection of the Best Quotes


Here is our selection of personal favourites from the "Leadership Skills Motivators".

1. "Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." (Muriel Strode)

2. "Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others." (Jack Welch)

3. "I am personally convinced that one person can be a change catalyst, a transformer in any situation, any organization. Such an individual is yeast that can leaven an entire loaf. It requires vision, initiative, patience, respect, persistence, courage, and faith to be a transforming leader." (Stephen Covey)

4. "Character is doing what's right when nobody's looking." (J.C.Watts)

5. "If you seek to lead, invest at least 50% of your time in leading yourself, 20% leading those with authority over you and 15% leading your peers." (Dee Hock)

Using these "Leadership" Quotes on Your Courses

How you use this collection of "Leadership Skills" Motivators is entirely up to you. But, if you're an instructor or trainer, you'll find that with a bit of imagination, you can turn them into a fun training room exercise. One idea is to use parts of quotes as rewards. All you do is break up a couple of quotes into, say, 5 or 6 parts and whenever teams do something well, such as answering quiz questions correctly, or performing well in skill practice sessions, hand them a quote extract. Continue to do this throughout the course and in your last session of the course, see which team can work out what their full quote should read. Not only will your teams have an incentive to win rewards, they'll also learn and remember the quotes they're given.

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