Robert Chenault, Student (University), United States
Lennick and Kiel discuss Four Principles of Moral Intelligence
that they believe are characteristic of great leaders. The first two they mention, integrity
, are key to being good leaders. However, in order to be truly great leaders, leaders must possess both compassion
A willingness to encourage risk taking and tolerate mistakes (think Benjamin Franklin) is critical to innovation.
McGregor, in The Human Side of Enterprise and as a part of Theory Y, argues that managers should take a more positive view of employees and the possibilities that this releases and creates.