Authentic Leaders

Covey, Stephen R.
May 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2008, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p20
The article discusses principle-centered leadership. Ethics and values may control a leader's actions but the consequences of those actions are controlled by principles and natural laws. A discussion explores how human endowments like self-awareness, conscience and creative imagination can help leaders align their leadership with changeless principles.


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