Growth is, of course, an essential part of effective leadership. Part of the work that I do is helping people understand growth in a work environment.
My dream as an educator is to facilitate the growth of strong, noble hearts and inquisitive, sharp minds. Of upmost importance for this is working on my intent.
Good governance brings out the best in people. This means cultivating people who are here to serve or make a contribution.
Self-help books try to help you succeed at pursuing goals. But there is something they leave out.
What you typically see in a person who is here to take is that he/she will tolerate licentiousness because acting appropriately is given relatively little significance.
Human beings are predictable, we all want the same things. We do not, however, all look for these things in the right places.
We have a tendency to indulge in the negative and overlook the positive. If there is any work to be done, it is to try to focus on the positive.
Unfortunately, the benefits of trust are often overlooked. We tend to not fully realize how trust can help you be more successful.
You must learn from your successes as much as your mistakes. If you can gather information from successes and then put that to use, you have a formula for success.
People will buy into something if they buy into the purpose. Having a worthy purpose is the first step to achieving great things, as an individual, and as an organization.