What Defines A Great Leader?

Prologue from "The Best Leaders Don't Shout" by Bruce Cotterill

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The Best Leaders Don't Shout
The Best Leaders Don't Shout

The Best Leaders Don’t Shout

The best leaders don’t shout, but they do communicate.

The best leaders don’t stand above their people, but alongside them.

The best leaders don’t make waves, but they make ripples throughout the organisation.

 

The best leaders don’t always talk, but they always listen.

The best leaders don’t know everything , but they try to know everyone.

 

The best leaders don’t guess, but they do plan.

The best leaders don’t react to every little thing, but they focus on the important things.

The best leaders don’t sit still, but they constantly challenge the status quo.

 

The best leaders don’t hide, but they are visible and accessible.

The best leaders don’t carry a burden, but they do carry culture.

 

The best leaders don’t treat their mistakes as embarrassing errors, but as enriching lessons.

The best leaders don’t know all the answers, but they ask lots of questions.

 

The best leaders don’t humiliate, but they encourage.

The best leaders don’t make a noise, but they do make a difference.

The best leaders don’t shout.

The Best Leaders Don't Shout
The Best Leaders Don’t Shout – By Bruce Cotterill

This is the prologue from the book “The Best Leaders Don’t Shout” by Bruce Cotterill. A great read, and inspiring gift for your entire management team.

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