I really like Stoic philosophy. Stoic philosophy captures an idea which I think is the answer to the human problem in all of its diversity.
Being a leader of such stature involves a great number of things. One the essential requirements of good leadership is dealing with poor performance effectively.
Without compassion our moral judgments can very quickly lead us to commit an injustice in the name of what we deem to be morally right.
Happiness can be found even in the darkest places. This statement is absolutely true, purely because of one simple fact about happiness.
If we thought that morality is opposed to happiness and what is good for people, then you are actually placing an unreasonable request on them by asking them to be moral.
What requirements does fairness place on us in the workplace? Here is a list of 5:
“I Learn Through Sharing” means that we open new horizons for ourselves and for others by being open with what we know, so that we can come to know more.
We have to come to realize that happiness does not happen, happiness is cultivated by learning to control experience.
For anyone familiar with the Care and Growth leadership model, it is apparent that the leadership challenge is more than just giving employees the means and ability.
Here is a poem by Dineo Morakile, produced in the earluy hours of the morning on the latest personal excellence program: