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Leadership and Personal Growth


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“Education is the mother of leadership.” — Wendell Lewis Wilkie
“Every relationship in your organization will affect you one way or another. Those who do not increase you will inevitably decrease you. “ – John Maxwell
“It all comes down to this: If you want one year of happiness, grow grain, if you want 10 years of happiness, grow trees, if you want 100 years of happiness, grow people.” — Harvey Mackay
“In order to be happy, human beings must feel they are continuing to grow. Clearly, we must adopt the concept of continuous improvement as a daily principle.” — Tony Robbins
“Leaders don’t rise to the pinnacle of success without developing the right set of attitudes and habits; they make every day a masterpiece.” – John Maxwell
“Leaders never outgrow the need to change.” — John Maxwell
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” — John F. Kennedy
“Leadership cannot really be taught. It can only be learned.” — Harold Geneen
“The better you are at surrounding yourself with people of high potential, the greater your chance for success.” – John Maxwell
“The leadership instinct you are born with is the backbone. You develop the funny bone and the wishbone that go with it.” — Elaine Agather
“The more seriously you take your growth, the more seriously your people will take you.” — John Maxwell
“The most important part of being a leader is maintaining the desire to keep on learning. That means learning about yourself, about your peers, and about the people you serve.” — Brian Koval
“The most valuable “currency” of any organization is the initiative and creativity of its members. Every leader has the solemn moral responsibility to develop these to the maximum in all his people. This is the leader’s highest priority.” — W. Edwards Deming
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