THE LAW OF INFLUENCE

ImageLeadership is based on the “LAW OF INFLUENCE.” In fact LEADERSHIP is nothing more and nothing less than INFLUENCE. Many people think that leadership is having a “Position” or a “Title” or maybe “Money and Power.”  These things are not LEADERSHIP. You can have all those things and still not be a LEADER. The person with INFLUENCE is the real LEADER.

There are three questions that all followers will ask of a LEADER:

1.  Do you care for me?

2.  Can you help me?

3.  Can I TRUST YOU?

A real leader will be asked these three questions and until he can answer them he does not qualify to be the LEADER. A leader must care for others at least as much as he cares for himself. That takes a very big person indeed. Next, do you have the knowledge and the know how to help other people with their struggle in life? Can you really help them have a better life? And last, can you be trusted, with integrity, character and a good testimony  from those around you? THIS IS WHAT A LEADER  IS ALL ABOUT.

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One response

  1. I loved this part about a leader knowing people and the influence they have is what really makes them a leader. Great class on Tuesday!

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