Humility and Perseverance
Getting good at getting along with people is a great book. A learning resource for every leader who aspires to achieve his vision through collaborative participation of his team. Amongst great visions of bottom lines and productivity, organisations take their eyes off the ball in leading their visions through the power of their people.
The ultimate character of an orgnisation and its leaders ,therefore, is in investing in its people through humility and perseverance. These two essential organizational qualities transcend known performance enhancement matrices and catapult the leaders to an all together different dimension of governance. These two allow you to balance your life needs with the organisational goals and enable organisations to excel.
Positively controlled and managed anger, at times, can yield results in the short term but somehow leave an unsavory taste in the mouth. They cause a disconnect deep within where trust is eroded and perseverance suffers.
Humility and perseverance are thus the hall marks of all good organisations. These organisations get good at getting along with people who celebrate life in a multidimensional approach.
Posted on September 27, 2010, in Leadership and tagged Business, Christianity, Coaching, Consulting, Health, huility, Human resources, Leadership, Organization, perseverance, profits, Religion and Spirituality, United States. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.