Ten Golden Rules of Leadership

On Nov. 19, 2014 the Leading Blog posted a review of The Ten Golden Rules of Leadership. The post starts out:

Michael Soupios and Panos Mourdoukoutas have reviewed the writings of the Classical philosophers and selected ten ideas that will positively impact our leadership effectiveness in The Ten Golden Rules of Leadership. Not surprisingly, the philosophies of classic figures remain relevant in today’s workplace.

The classical rules are based on classical writers and include such eternal principles as “know thyself”, “do not waste energy on things you cannot change: and “let competition reveal talent” among others. Fundamental principles never change. The late Jim Rohn, business philosopher, repeated this truth constantly. If you can identify those timeless rules and principles that reflect human nature and apply them they are as effective today as they were two thousand years ago.

It is well worth considering these fundamental principles of leadership. They create a solid foundation for effective leadership in today’s world just as surely as they did in ancient Greece or Rome.

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Daniel R. Murphy
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