Today we're seeing the demand for more humanistic leadership skills. Leadership that shakes the foundations of the old 'command and control' approach. Where leaders are clear about their core values and beliefs and stand up for them no matter what. Where leaders put people first because they know how much people matter.
Today's humanistic leaders restore as well as expand minds. They have the courage to tell you what you need to hear rather than what you want to hear. Humanistic leaders understand the codes and patterns of human behaviour and are emotionally agile. They work at bringing out the best in themselves and in their teams.
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Studies show that feeling a sense of psychological safety and belonging in the workplace leads to more than just good vibes and friendships. It's what allows people to feel like they can be their authentic selves without fear of judgment, different treatment, or punishment. It has a major impact on performance and retention. How you lead matters!
Great leaders never overlook the fact that leadership is not like singing a solo, it's an orchestra and choir in all its glory. When the conductor understands and appreciates each musician, together they produce amazing music.
We're all representing something, an ideal, or a belief. There's nothing more disconcerting to others than hypocrites. Leaders with great admiration, talents, and deeply held beliefs have been swept from their pedestal because of living dual lives; saying one thing and doing another. Leadership is so much more than that if you want to be successful.