Showing posts with label Leadership Quotes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Leadership Quotes. Show all posts
“The grab for a quick killing is the mark of the worst kind of leadership, for it places immediate profit above the long-term interest of the organization and can lead ultimately only to disaster.”Crawford H. Greenewalt (1902 - 93) U.S. president and chairman of DuPont
Business Leader Quotes - Greenewalt

Business Leader Quotes - Greenewalt

“The grab for a quick killing is the mark of the worst kind of leadership, for it places immediate profit above the long-term interest of the organization and can lead ultimately only to disaster.”Crawford H. Greenewalt (1902 - 93) U.S. president and chairman of DuPont
“In the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king.”Anonymous (old proverb)
Leadership Quotes - Blindness

Leadership Quotes - Blindness

“In the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king.”Anonymous (old proverb)
“A leader has to be one of two things: he either has to be a brilliant visionary himself, a truly creative strategist, in which case he can do what he likes and get away with it; or else he has to be a true empowerer who can bring out the best in others.”Henry Mintzberg (b. 1939) Canadian business and management theorist
Leadership Quotes - Henry Mintzberg

Leadership Quotes - Henry Mintzberg

“A leader has to be one of two things: he either has to be a brilliant visionary himself, a truly creative strategist, in which case he can do what he likes and get away with it; or else he has to be a true empowerer who can bring out the best in others.”Henry Mintzberg (b. 1939) Canadian business and management theorist
“Leaders must invoke an alchemy of great vision. Those leaders who do not are ultimately judged failures, even though they may be popular at the moment.”Henry Kissinger (b. 1923) U.S. diplomat and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
Leadership Quotes - Henry Kissinger

Leadership Quotes - Henry Kissinger

“Leaders must invoke an alchemy of great vision. Those leaders who do not are ultimately judged failures, even though they may be popular at the moment.”Henry Kissinger (b. 1923) U.S. diplomat and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize