Character

by Gerard Seijts
Character
  • ISBN-13: 9781770417304
  • Author(s): Gerard Seijts
  • Subject: Business & management
  • Publisher: Ecw Press
  • Imprint: Ecw Press
  • Publication Date: 30-05-2024
  • Format: h/b

Availability: Available

£27.99
Unbeknownst to many, character is foundational to our judgement, behaviour, and leadership. As we tackle the grand challenges of our time, strength of character guides us to make better decisions, creates greater well-being, and contributes to human flourishing. For those who lead - whether in the public, private, not for profit or education sectors - a greater understanding of character will challenge your thinking, inspire new ideas, and elevate your personal and professional performance. Character: Leading Our Way to a Better World provides an exceptional opportunity to become a better leader - and all that 'becoming better' achieves for self, team, organisation, and society - by applying the extraordinary yet down-to-earth and even humble insights from the authors' accessible scholarship and the interviews of truly distinguished leaders from a range of sectors whose lessons on building stronger societies through character-based leadership are moving, powerful, and evergreen.
About the book

Unbeknownst to many, character is foundational to our judgement, behaviour, and leadership. As we tackle the grand challenges of our time, strength of character guides us to make better decisions, creates greater well-being, and contributes to human flourishing. For those who lead - whether in the public, private, not for profit or education sectors - a greater understanding of character will challenge your thinking, inspire new ideas, and elevate your personal and professional performance. Character: Leading Our Way to a Better World provides an exceptional opportunity to become a better leader - and all that 'becoming better' achieves for self, team, organisation, and society - by applying the extraordinary yet down-to-earth and even humble insights from the authors' accessible scholarship and the interviews of truly distinguished leaders from a range of sectors whose lessons on building stronger societies through character-based leadership are moving, powerful, and evergreen.