Servant leadership

The servant leadership philosophy and/or a set of leadership practices have been expressed and described in many ways. There is a notion that a servant leadership is an age-old concept, a term loosely used to suggest that a leader’s primary role is to “serve” employees. On the other instances the notion is around the concept…

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…

Atypical views on Leadership – 2

An outstanding Leadership for cross cultural team(s) (Continues from Atypical views on Leadership – 1) As the organization grows larger and more complex, management at the top begin to lead and decide less by firsthand experience, but more and more on heavily processed data. From their position they rarely see the business flowing in the…

Ancient knowledge about leadership

Last post about “Different views on leadership” discussed the differences between Western and Eastern leadership views. In searching for those dissimilarities I came across text from Spring and Autumn – Warring States, chapter Yao Yue describing discussion between Confucius and his apprentice Zi Zhang. Discussion is obviously focused on a leadership principles and attitudes: Zi Zhang…