Energetic Leadership

Cashman, Kevin
October 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p16
The author offers insights for leaders on generating more energy in order to lead effectively and efficiently. He infers that energetic leadership is implied in the concept of leading by example. He notes that in order to lead with purpose, leaders must reflect, listen to their body, mind and spirit, and appreciate the goods things in their lives. He recommends them to practice habits that improve physical, emotional and spiritual health.


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