Leadership and Introspection
Cecil L Williams Jr, Teacher, United States, Member
As with all business models for leadership the concentrated focus on production allows for some introspection by the one who would be called leader. Nevertheless, the lack of attention to the internal investment necessary to address the ethic which shapes the character of the leader is all too common
It is hard to maintain ownership
as a "sense" without an ethic of responsibility.
It is difficult to have humility
that is undiluted without a holistic perspective of ones accountability to humanity.
It is hard to be passionate
about greatness if one has not defined the difference between greatness and success.
Finally, mind change
without expanding the circumference the team's ability to act and move in the same direction becomes a matter of philosophical debate about change rather than change aimed at growth.