Leaders Sayings and Quotes
Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous
old leaders quotes, leaders sayings, and leaders proverbs, collected over the years from a variety
Religious leaders need to be held accountable for their ideas.
Lawrence M. Krauss
Great leaders are willing to sacrifice the numbers to save the people. Poor leaders sacrifice the people to save the numbers.
Transformational leaders are important because they make choices that most other leaders would not.
Self-centered leaders manipulate when they move people for personal benefit. Mature leaders motivate by moving people for mutual benefit.
John C. Maxwell
Business leaders cannot be bystanders.
Our leaders have to stop ignoring the impact that culture is having on our nation.
I think effective leaders typically are able to see the future to a certain degree and then try to take actions to shape it in some way.
Leaders need to be optimists. Their vision is beyond the present.
Leaders should be collaborative, modest, and generous.
Bad leaders believe that they have to project control at all times.
Leaders need to be thinking constantly about what they're doing to create a basic sense of security and stability throughout an organization.
Leaders do not sway with the polls. Instead, they sway the polls through their own words and actions.
Robert. L. Ehrlich
Leaders should always expect the very best of those around them. They know that people can change and grow.
Leaders are not pale reflectors of major social conflicts; they play up some, play down others, ignore still others.
James Macgregor Burns
Leaders must invoke an alchemy of great vision.
Henry A. Kissinger
Business leaders shape public opinion.
Great leaders state out loud what they intend to do and in doing so, they get things done.
Leaders set a very clear path every day, in a thousand different ways, of what the people must attend to, inhibit, and keep it current in front of them.
I think leaders are incapable of the strength that passive resistance entails.
All leaders share something in common. They feel they are the only ones who can do the job.
Julie Nixon Eisenhower