Posts Tagged ‘Personality Styles’

Empathy In Leadership

“Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to higher sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard… …the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.

Peter F. Drucker

How do leaders build others’ personalities beyond their normal limitations? And equally important, how do leaders raise their own vision and performance beyond the limits of their own personality styles?

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Team building – Putting the “I” back in “Team”

“There’s just no ‘I’ in team!” You’ve heard that said before right?

If you’ve been part of any team or organization, you’ve experienced the frustration and resentment of when a colleague, a manager or a staff member privileges their own agenda, their own promotion, their own function, or their own goals, over the team’s shared vision and collective success.

Individualism at the expense of universal progress.  Me, myself and I, before I and thou.

So there’s no “I” in team, yes? Or is there more to it than that? And what difference might the power of emotional intelligence make in the dynamic relationship between “I” and ‘team’?

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