With so much information about leadership these days, we are inundated with strategies, tips and tricks to becoming a leader and developing the characteristics of a leader. But what does all this information have to do with actually being a leader if our life — in the areas and with the people that matter most to us?
With all the other leadership training available, what’s distinct about the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course? The approach used in this program – the ontological and phenomenological models of leadership – leaves people actually being a leader, and actually exercising leadership effectively as their natural self-expression.
There’s such a strong focus today on how much we know. We’re paid for our ideas, counted on for our knowledge and required to add to what we know from a very young age. When it comes to our leadership, how does what we know about leadership makes any sort of difference in our effectiveness as a leader?
Vanto Group founder, Steve Zaffron, discusses investing in the intangibles of a business, and how achieving this kind of breakthrough in an established company, with its legacy systems and time-honored practices, is proving to be a tough nut to crack for many sustainability executives.
Being A Leader- Participant Sean Behr tells us about his experience in the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course he attended Oct 29 – Nov 5, 2014 in Bermuda and what he produced by taking the course.
Integrity: A Positive Model that Incorporates the Normative Phenomena of Morality, Ethics and Legality
We present a positive model of integrity that, as we distinguish and define integrity, provides powerful access to increased performance for individuals, groups, organizations, and societies. Our model reveals the causal link between integrity and increased performance, quality of life, and value-creation for all entities, and provides access to that causal link. Integrity is thus a factor of production as important as knowledge and technology, yet its major role in productivity and performance has been largely hidden or unnoticed, or even ignored by economists and others.