instagram pinterest linkedin facebook twitter goodreads

Authority Is a Poor Excuse for Leadership

Maxims have an illustrious history in the annuals of leadership. Applying the less-is-more principle of expression, maxims use our intuitive knowledge to trigger action, guide behavior, and promote values. Maxims can be especially important in these times of sharpened competitiveness when the traditional order-giving models of leadership are being replaced with leadership that is more effective in highly competitive, fast-changing circumstances.