Loyalty at work

In working environment have you ever wondered about: Does a mutual feeling of trust within the organization increase productivity and commitment to set goals? Why can’t you handle an employee that frequently appears to undermine your authority or sabotage your projects? What is wrong when you entrust to employee and still, because of him, in…

Leadership: More Intelligence or Emotions

Should a leader use mostly intelligence or should the emotions be primary in dealing with people, decision making…? Some of the definitions of intelligence say: Merriam-Webster: the ability to learn or understand things or to deal with new or difficult situations; the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations.…

Atypical views on Leadership – 1

An outstanding Leadership for cross cultural team(s) Have you met a person that was thinking in a completely different way to yours? What kind of impression does it leave on you? Do you dismiss it immediately, or you find it worthy, erroneous  …? For me it is exciting, definitely because my life path is somehow…

Learning Leadership from Martial Arts – III

Let me continue this blog miniseries with a leadership methodology. In one of my previous posts – “The Way” of Leadership I compared two fundamental Chinese philosophies Daoism and Confucianism, the Yin and Yang of Chinese culture. They are well routed in Chinese everyday life, culture, politics and as well in martial arts of which two…