What if we took leadership vows to uphold a small number of principles and moral commitments? As leaders, we have the power to affect the lives of tens, hundreds, maybe thousands. Don’t we owe these people our word that we’ll uphold key principles and behave accordingly?
Leadership karma, like all karma, results from your intentions and the actions they lead to. The best way to create positive leadership karma is to set your intentions, intentionally and to abide by them. If a man plunges a knife into another man’s heart, the karma he creates depends on his intentions. Seem odd? Read more to understand how positive karma can result from such actions.
Your leadership cave is a place to step back from everyday leadership life. It’s where you see things in a different light, because you can actually see the light, and it’s different. Learn the rules for creating your leadership cave and what to do there.
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Generous leadership responds with an open heart when good intentions and best efforts don’t deliver the desired results. Learn what happens when generous leaders open their hearts.