Leadership Teams need to transform from mere “Problem Solving Units” towards “Extraordinary Learning Units”.
Leadership Teams without Higher Purpose will prove to be non-sustainable in wealth creation.
Leadership Teams denying their collective Soul and Spirituality will perish at the hands of the heartless forces of volatility and uncertainty.
Leadership needs to become aware that the formula for the first part of their life is not the same as the formula for the Second part of their life.
Leadership Teams Technical Skill-Set remains important, but of more importance is the team’s ability to be both Reflective and Reflexive.
Leaders and their teams need an ongoing commitment to personal and communal transformation.
Personal Transformation, the disposition of heart, soul, mind and human will, becomes the fertile ground for the development of Ethical and Moral leadership.
First steps towards great leadership – become the servant to those you are called to lead.
Great Leaders are called to serve, rather than appointed to lead.
Great leaders show unconditional Love, Compassion and Care to self and others.
Great leadership possess authentic Humility.
Leadership arrogance does not help to model or demonstrate good leadership. Arrogance is driven by fear and is in direct conflict with good leadership.
Good leaders do not mislead and or exploit people, great leaders motivate, empower and inspire their followers.
Good leaders practice and value Integrity. People don’t follow leaders who lack integrity in their words and actions.
Great leaders know how to correct others. They do it in a way as to underpin the teams primary purpose – “To become the High Performance Learning unit”.
Great leaders can let go and experience the freedom from inordinate worldly attachments.
Great Leadership is one with all of creation. They embrace nature’s natural beauty and excellence within their passion to find significance outside of mere performance.
Great leaders grow in their discernment of their own attachments and worldview addictions.
Good leaders are known, not so much for what they stand for, but rather for what they are willing to stand against. Great leaders are authentic, agile and resilient.
Joy is not a decorative ‘add-on’ but a clear indicator of God’s grace. It indicates that love is active, operative and present within great Leadership’s motive and style.
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