leader must lead neither by rank nor intimidation, but by example."
A very big thank you to the person who wishes to remain
unnamed, for granting permission to resurrect the site using the coding which he spent an awful lot of time preparing. If you chance to pass by this site, please drop me
We are lucky that we have a fellow like Butch
Whitlaw who has kept track of a lot of e-mail addresses and goings
on in the system. It is my intention to use his talents to promulgate this resurrection
to everyone possible before we begin to lose track of each other.
Please spread the word by e-mail, word of mouth, or
any other means that comments
or suggestions will be welcomed. We also very much need updated
e-mail addresses -- please keep Butch Whitlaw and me advised of
any e-mail changes -- we both keep lists for different
leader must make an honest effort to know his men. When you
command a group
of men, the leader should striveto know them each better than their own mother. The
leader must know which man responds to encouragement,which man responds
to reason and which man needs a good swift kick in the pants."
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confidence. A boss fixes blame, a leader corrects mistakes. A
boss knowsall, a leader asks questions. A
boss makes work drudgery, a leader makes it interesting. A boss is interested in himself
or herself, a leader is interested in the group."
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