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Few of us really know our strengths. The great teachers, and great leaders, recognize strengths and focus on them.
A conductor cannot plan beyond the musicians' abilities, but he must plan up to their possibilities.
The successful leaders are those who know their job is to build an effective team that will outlast them.
We teach what we know; we reproduce what we are.
I don't know any other way to lead but by example.
"Nothing grows under a banyan tree." This South Indian proverb speaks of leadership styles. The banyan is a great tree. It spreads its branches, ...
The only omnicompetent Executive chose Simon Peter--a man of great strengths and glaring weaknesses--to lead his fledgling church.
There is something that is much more scarce, something rarer than ability. It is the ability to recognize ability.
I look upon foreign missionaries as the scaffolding around a rising building. The sooner it can be dispensed with, the better; or rather, the sooner it ...
Full-grown oaks are not produced in three years; neither are servants of God.