Blessed are the leaders who have not sought the high place, but who have been drafted into service because of their ability and willingness to serve.
Blessed are the leaders who know where they are going, why they are going, and how to get there.
Blessed are the leaders who know no discouragement, who present no alibis.
Blessed are the leaders who know how to lead without being dictatorial; true leaders are humble
Blessed are the leaders who seek the best for those they serve.
Blessed are the leaders who lead for the good of the most concerned, and not for the personal gratification of their own ideas.
Blessed are the leaders who develop leaders while leading.
Blessed are the leaders who march with the group, interpret correctly the signs of the pathways that lead to success.
Blessed are the leaders who have their heads in the clouds but their feet on the ground.
Blessed are the leaders who consider leadership an opportunity for service.
Author unknown; but submitted by Robert C. Knies, Jr., RN, MSN, CEN - ENW's Research Editor
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