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of 23 Leadership Rules SWE 301 / 401 Internship Preparation & Reflection Jeff Offutt http://www.cs.gmu.edu/~offutt/
of 23 Leadership Thoughts © Jeff Offutt2 A leader is best when people barely knows he exists. When his work is done, his aim is fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves. —Sun Tzu Too many people confuse leadership with authority and power. And too many in positions of authority are not good leaders. A good leader doesn’t need authority to lead.
of 23 Leadership Rule #1 © Jeff Offutt3 If you don’t care about them, they won’t care about you
of 23 Leadership Rule #2 © Jeff Offutt4 They won’t do more than you do
of 23 Leadership Rule #3 © Jeff Offutt5 A leader is not powerful, but responsible
of 23 Leadership Rule #4 © Jeff Offutt6 A true leader works for all he or she leads, not the other way around
of 23 Leadership Rule #5 © Jeff Offutt7 Don’t take success to your head or failure to your heart
of 23 Leadership Rule #6 © Jeff Offutt8 To be a good leader, you must first learn to follow
of 23 Leadership Rule #7 © Jeff Offutt9 A leader is proactive, a follower is reactive
of 23 Leadership Rule #8 © Jeff Offutt10 If you are a leader, their time is more valuable than yours
of 23 Leadership Rule #9 © Jeff Offutt11 Only throw temper tantrums on purpose
of 23 Leadership Rule #10 © Jeff Offutt12 Get to the point!
of 23 Leadership Rule #11 © Jeff Offutt13 Tell the truth, especially if the news is bad
of 23 Leadership Rule #12 © Jeff Offutt14 Don’t apologize for doing the right thing
of 23 Leadership Rule #13 © Jeff Offutt15 Always apologize for doing the wrong thing
of 23 Leadership Rule #14 © Jeff Offutt16 Say thank you
of 23 Leadership Rule #15 © Jeff Offutt17 If you don’t know the answer, know who does
of 23 Leadership Rule #16 © Jeff Offutt18 Leadership is service
of 23 Leadership Rule #17 © Jeff Offutt19 Good leaders are good under pressure
of 23 Leadership Rule #18 © Jeff Offutt20 A leader has to be trusted
of 23 Leadership Rule #19 © Jeff Offutt21 Seek first to understand, then be understood
of 23 Leadership Rule #20 © Jeff Offutt22 Complainers think about the past, followers the present, leaders the future
of 23 Leadership © Jeff Offutt23 "Try not to become a person of success but rather to become a person of value” —Einstein “Be the chief but never the lord” —Sun Tzu
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