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Respect and Leadership go together. You can't have one without the other. Therefore, it is important to know how to gain respect and to maintain morale with good leadership skills.

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What is Leadership

Leadership is about getting people on board with you. To do that, people must respect and admire you. What people will admire you for is how well you talk, your hygiene and beauty, your enthusiasm, your vision, and your commitment and work ethic. The most effective way to lead is by example. Nobody will respect a lazy boss that does nothing and wants more than their share of the rewards.

Leadership, in a deeper sense, is about love. Can you make people feel the love of those around them. Can those feeling be conveyed in respectful and meaningful ways? With true leadership, the individual will follow with full purpose of heart. The act of punching the time clock will diminish as workers find that they love to be valued and respected. Nobody wants to be treated as a commodity to create money. The great leader will realize peoples true potential and see them for the good they can create.






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