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Chapter 15
Determining Your Leadership Point of View

Ken Blanchard, Margie Blanchard,
and Pat Zigarmi

All right, you’ve heard from us. Throughout this book, we have essentially shared with you our leadership point of view—our thoughts about leading and motivating people. Our leadership point of view is based on a belief that to create a great organization, leaders have to make sure everyone’s aiming at the right target and vision. They need to make sure everyone is treating both their customers and their people right. As leaders, they need to focus on serving, not being served.

Now it’s your turn.

The goal of this chapter is to help you develop y...

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Subject Overview

It may seem like a paradox, but the first step to developing Leadership Presence is to learn more about yourself. By gaining awareness of things such as your strengths and weaknesses and learning to better manage your emotions, you can improve your overall effectiveness.

Lesson Introduction

Your leadership point of view represents your beliefs about leading and motivating others. When you have a clear sense of who you are, the values that guide you, and the ways in which you interact with others, you can more easily articulate your needs and goals.