Finally, make a list of the qualities you would like to see in your employees—integrity, loyalty, punctuality, whatever they may be. Becoming conscious of your behavior is the first step towards being able to adjust it. The Law of the Picture is an ongoing process. No Comment. About Latest Posts. Dave Schoenbeck. When people around a table stop and listen to a leader speak, they are revealing that the speaker has influence.
Because the ideas in the Law of E. Hutton were part of the Law of Influence, I merged those two chapters. For that reason, I combined them as well. The other thing that happened was that I began to realize that I had missed some things when writing about the laws of leadership originally. The first omission I discovered as soon as I had taught the laws a few times in developing countries. I found that in many of those places, leadership was focused on position, privilege, and power.
In my paradigm of leadership, I took some things for granted. I see leadership primarily as a form of service and had never identified a law to teach that principle. The second oversight had to do with modeling leadership and impacting the culture of an organization.
But I did.
Sobel disobeyed the Law of the Picture
I feel certain that these two laws will add immeasurably to the book and to your ability to lead. Serving others and showing others the way are two critical components of successful leadership. I wish I could revise each of my books every ten years to include things I missed! But leadership is very complex.
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No One Does All 21 Laws Well Despite the fact that we must do 21 things well to be excellent leaders, it is reality that none of us does all of them well. So what is a leader to do? Ignore those laws? No, develop a leadership team.
At the end of this book there is a leadership evaluation. I encourage you to take it to evaluate your aptitude for each law. They will complement you and vice versa, and the whole team will benefit. That will make it possible for you to develop an all-star leadership team. Remember, none of us is as smart as all of us. Some Things Never Change Though I have made adjustments to the laws and updated the ways I teach them, some things have not changed in the last ten years.
Technology marches forward. Cultures differ from place to place. Leadership principles are unchanging and stand the test of time. The laws can be learned. Some are easier to understand and apply than others, but every one of them can be acquired. The laws can stand alone. The laws carry consequences with them. Apply the laws, and people will follow you. Violate or ignore them, and you will not be able to lead others. These laws are the foundation of leadership. Once you learn the principles, you have to practice them and apply them to your life. Whether you are a follower who is just beginning to discover the impact of leadership or a natural leader who already has followers, you can become a better leader.
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