When people ask me how they can regain some sense of control over their lives when things become difficult to manage, I try to remind them to turn their attention to that which they will always be able to manage.
But what are the behaviours, particularly in a professional context, that demonstrate that you are a humble person?
In this article I want to explain the relationship between control and accountability.
We all want to be the best we can be. One may ask however, “If I strive for excellence, does that mean that I must try to be perfect?”
Positive deviancy refers to that person or group of people who already consistently rise above standard and does what is wished for or expected.
We play the story in our heads that “out there” should not be allowed in here because it’ll change the status quo.
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.
So, focus on the journey, enjoy the creation process and watch the beautiful art you will produce that will benefit everyone who you come into contact with.
It should go without saying that the good leader is the one who is able to unlock excellence in his/her subordinates. The question is: How is this achieved?
Learners soon discover that in order to be considered significant by the system, they require top-grades, and their attention is quickly shifted from discovery and creativity to the acquisition of certificates.