Ken Davis: 2 Essential Skills of a Great Leader

Sep 29, 2009

You know by now that I believe in short, concise blog posts that have immediate take-away. THIS post by Ken Davis is perfect example of such. If you’re trying to figure out how to maximize your influence and strengthen your platform, this short blog post is a must read. Whether you think of yourself as a speaker or not, you ARE a communicator. And how you leverage that skill will determine the extent of your impact.

“Every great leader that walked the face of the earth  practiced two essential skills. Whether you lead a major corporation, are an author, a pastor, a teacher or a politician, it is essential that you develop both these skills. They are like oars in a boat.  If you use both of them you can get somewhere.  If you use only one you will go in circles. These are the two essential skills of a great leader … “

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  1. Sarah Beckman

    As always a great reminder to be clear and powerfully focused. I was sad to hear via Dan that your official position is no longer…You will be SORELY missed. But God continues to use you in most powerful ways. I have been enjoying your Seven4Seven. Let’s talk on the phone sometime soon!


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