My book is now available for purchase as an e-book on amazon and I’m really thrilled about it.
This book is aimed at real and practical leaders at all levels who have a regard for leadership and the purpose that it serves. The truths and principles in this book are an indispensable resource for any leader who wants to have a sound life, an efficient team and a thriving organisation.
There are also a few words of wisdom for team members who want to increase their worth and value; and also enjoy steady progressions in their career.
Head over to amazon now to download yours and one or more for friends, family and/or colleagues. Click here.
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Belinda (Author of Leadership Maxims … Sound Principles for Leadership Excellence)
Leadership in my opinion is based upon the principle of being and doing. I truly do believe that in order to become an effective and influential leader, one has to be prepared and willing to ‘be’ so that their ‘doing’ produces results.
Leadership is a choice, just as most things in life. It is not a role you decide to practice in your spare time, an item of clothing you put on and take off at will, or a short cut to a successful life. I believe leadership is a truly humbling process, one that reveals who you really are. You do not have to be a corporate executive to be a leader, we operate in various leadership roles in our everyday lives as spouses, parents, business owners and team/group leaders. In my opinion, every person has an opportunity to exercise leadership in some form, whether over someone else or over your own self.
Leadership is a journey: the skills learnt, the mistakes made, the test of character, the courage, the techniques, the experience; these are all what makes one, a seasoned and great leader. It is the process of ‘being’ and then ‘doing’ that defines leadership for me.