Leading with Values

Jansen Kraemer Jr., Harry M.
May 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2011, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p16
The article discusses the importance of a leader's response to the three Cs, namely, change, controversy and crisis, in defining his leadership. A leader who relies on his values to guide decisions and actions in all types of situations show the commitment to doing the right thing and to doing his best. The four principles that are encompassed by values-based leadership are described including self-reflection, balance of understanding and true self-confidence. Courage is also reportedly needed to personally and professionally deal with the three Cs.


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