The most intimate context that influences a leader is his self-perception. This is the “Being” lens that will inform his decisions and direction.
As Christians we are to be good stewards of creation. The way we view God, human beings and creation will determine how we relate to people, businesses and environmental challenges.
There should be no spiritual distinction between serving in the marketplace or doing ministry, as we should treat everything we do as worship to our King.
Leaders must realize that people will not contribute fully until they get what they need from their leaders. When leaders find the courage to care for their followers they build trust, which inspires people to give their best to fulfil corporate goals.
It is great to be driven! Life is not a matter of que sera sera. To be driven is to be ambitious. We are told to take life by the horn and not merely cruise along and hope for the best. We are encouraged by the media to live our dreams and to reach our […]
Max DePree, the retired Chairman of Herman Miller says, “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality.” How a leader defines reality is contingent on the lens through which she sees reality: her perspective. Philosophers and anthropologists talk about “worldview” as “a point of view on the world, a perspective of things, a […]
In Applied Materials, a failure isn’t labeled as a stigma. Instead, failure is viewed as an opportunity to learn and improve oneself. This difference in perception, coupled with the ability to mitigate risk, leads to an environment that encourages innovation.