recent years the world has been rocked by catastrophic business failures.
The problem isnt so much obsolete factories, backward technology,
complicated logistics, or an indifferent workforce. The problem is
leaders who dont follow the principles proven to build success.
Me: Developing a Leadership Style People Will Follow, two expert
business leaders call todays emerging leadersincluding
youback to the basics. They focus on the timeless principles
derived from the teaching of the greatest leader of all time. Youll
become a better leader as you rediscover the time-tested, positive
principles that will work in any leadership situationin a major
corporation, a small business, a volunteer situation, or a church
any context in which you are asked to lead.
the principles outlined in this book will enable you to develop trust
in yourself, trust in other people, and trust within your team. The
result: healthy organizations that grow future leaders.
it all starts with you.
Building trust with yourself, your co-workers,
your organization, and your team will set you on the path to great
leadership and a growing, sustainable business. The eight simple yet
powerful Trust Me principles will give you a direct path to becoming
a leader people will follow. Trust Me: Developing A Leadership
Style People Will Follow will help you:
your leadership style and how it affects performance
a sense of passion and focus for your teammates and the organization
the Spiral of Change to the organization
the importance of helping others succeed
the importance of becoming an enduring leader
fear and progress forward as a Trust Me leader
8 Trust Me Principles
Qualities of a Trust Me Leadership Style
Favored are those not full of themselves the leaders
who are open and teachable
and invite the same qualities in
Favored are the realists the leaders who accept
the truth and know how to train others to seize the benefits of
adversity, loss, and change.
Favored are the steadfast the leaders who know
that reaching a greater good requires a firm grip on the right values,
causes, and goals.
Favored are the desperate for excellence the
leaders who do the right things, at the right time, in the right
Favored are the caring the leaders who serve the
needs of everyone in their organization.
Favored are those with good motives the leaders
who hold high moral values regardless of personal cost.
Favored are those calming the waters the leaders
who stay steady in storms and build teams that stick together.
Favored are the graceful when under attack the
leaders who overcome personal doubts and setbacks to courageously
stay the course.