Thursday, November 01, 2007

Leadership Analogies from Driving

Next in our series of leadership lessons by analogy: What can we learn about leadership from driving? As always, the interpretations are left to you.

  • Driving around can be fun, but it doesn't get you anywhere unless you have a destination.
  • Excessive speeding is very dangerous.
  • So is tailgating.
  • Drive defensively.
  • It helps to have directions, but don't read them while you are driving.
  • It is better to have a navigator.
  • Turn signals let those around you avoid bumping into you.
  • It is better to take the next exit than to swerve across three lanes for the current one.
  • I shouldn't have to mention the guy backing down the exit ramp.

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