PART 1: THE LEADERSHIP MAXIMS APPROACH
UNDERSTANDING THE LEADERSHIP MAXIMS APPROACH
Imagine being able to explain your leadership philosophy on one piece of paper—a simple 8.5- by 11-inch summation of all you are and all you want to be as a leader. How powerful would it be to have a discussion about that single page with the members of your team? They would be thrilled to have just one page to read, understand, and internalize. Envision how that one page could simplify and clarify how you want your team members to conduct themselves. Think about how impressed candidates and new hires would be if they could quickly understand your standards, expectations, and goals easily and from one single solitary page.
I have had the privilege of ...