To manage people

I’ve learned that the verb “to manage” comes from the Italian maneggiare (to handle, especially tools), which derives from the Latin word manus (hand). So I’ve searched dictionaries and Internet and come with broader definitions of the meaning of the word: The Free dictionary: To direct or control the use of; handle: manage a complex…

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…

Learning Leadership from Martial Arts – II

The principles I’m sharing today are not rules or steps that most of the times are offered and used separately instead of integrally in Western leadership teaching methodology. The Eastern principle has it usually all interlinked. Therefore, bellow you will see elementary pieces of a whole personality of a martial artist. They are refined and…