How many of you have heard about The Monroe Doctrine? I'm not talking about the doctrine, detailed by President James Monroe in 1823, that stated any European nation that attempted to intervene in American political affairs would be considered hostile.
I'm talking about the leadership philosophy outlined by 30-year New York educator, Dr. Lorraine Monroe, in her book, Nothing Impossible.
According to an article from the Creighton University Grad School Blog (03/16/2022), every leader should have a personal leadership philosophy (PLP). A PLP defines who the leader is, what their leadership philosophy is about, and what subordinates can expect from them as a leader.
A PLP is a reflective explanation of a leader's core values, attitudes, and life experiences that guide their leadership beliefs.
Watch the video below to learn about eleven leadership rules that Dr. Monroe outlined in her book.
Also, please leave me a comment about whether or not you have a personal leadership philosophy (PLP), and if you do, what things do you expect from yourself or look for in others, that demonstrate leadership qualities?
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