Insightful Leadership and Management Quotes: Volume 10

“As much as you need a strong personality to build a business from scratch, you also must understand the art of delegation. I have to be good at helping people run the individual businesses, and I have to be willing to step back. The company must be set up so it can continue without me.” – Richard Branson, Virgin Founder

“We want good people; we want to hire good people; and we want to retain them, but my real focus is in building a team.” – Robert A. DiMuccio | CEO Amica Mutual Insurance Company

“A workforce is far more engaged and committed when it trusts its leaders, receives clear communications about corporate strategy, and believes its leaders can act on that strategy.” – Bill Pelster | Talent Services Leader | Deloitte Consulting

“Good management consists of showing average people how to do the work of superior people – John D. RockeFeller

“Of all the things I’ve done, the most vital is coordinating those who work with me and aiming their efforts at a certain goal.” –  Walt Disney

“My job is not to be easy on people. My job is to make them better.” – Steve Jobs, Former Apple Co-Founder

“True leadership is quiet and humble.” – Brian Evje, a management consultant at Slalom Consulting

“While a healthy ego is necessary and good for leaders, business isn’t really about any particular individual. It’s about meeting customer needs, achieving long-term growth and success for shareholders and employees, and being passionate about your products and services.” – Steve Tobak

“To earn trust, leaders must demonstrate to others that they will do the right thing for them even if it puts themselves at risk.” – Robert Hurley

“A good leader, no matter what the situation or age, puts time and effort into self-improvement. They take pride in all areas of their life. And, they set standards by doing and not just delegating. – Gladys Edmunds

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