Leadership plays a critical role in every human beings life whether it’s by someone else or through the self.
An effective leader is someone with a desire to begin a mission that is greater than what can be seen on the surface, who can visualize images, thoughts, and ideas to bring forth a vision that will improve humanity.
“You don’t become an effective leader by default”. ~John C Maxwell
In my book, Effective Leaders and Leadership are talked about in almost every facet of life such as; Real Life Situations, Business, the Workplace, the Political Arena, (Spiritually) the Home and Christian backgrounds.
“Do you have what it takes to be a leader? Read this book to find out! by Kimberly Castro”
Have you ever heard the well known saying, “leaders are not born; there made “? It’s true! In Effective Leaders and Leadership, Mildred Stallworth explains, “An effective leader is someone with a desire to begin a mission that is greater than what can be seen on the surface, who can visualize images, thoughts, and ideas to bring forth a vision that will improve humanity. Leaders are innovators-individuals who introduce new methods, ideas, or products to humanity. They are also collaborative-having the ability to connect and work with others, seen as visionaries-individuals who can see images and ideas with their imagination. They must be influential-a person who has an impact on how another person act. Leaders ensure strategic stability-plan for long-term desired outcomes. Last, but not least, leaders must have a team driven attitude-it’s never about “I” but about the team they serve.” Although the chapters are short, they are packed with fascinating information. Another interesting thing is that the author covers leadership from all angles- business, religion, etc. For anyone who wants a comprehensive, all-encompassing perspective on how to become an effective leader, this is the self-help book for you! I like that this book was written clearly and concisely, so that anyone reading it could understand its message. Real leaders are crafted over the course of time. I would definitely recommend this book for everyone hoping to become more effective leaders and better people.