The challenges we confront every day to remain true to our deepest values and finest character are common to all of us as leaders. Each of us desires to rise above our parochial self-interest and become a true servant leader whose ethical and moral character is beyond reproach, but we struggle mightily to do so. Leading With Character offers a succinct plan for strengthening your character as a leader:
- Expose the ingenious ways leaders knowingly and unknowingly cross moral lines to get their personal wants and needs met.
- Prevent leaders from defaulting into reflexive, automatic moral decisions by raising awareness of the process they are using to render a moral decision.
- Provide leaders with a proven method for constructing a robust Personal Credo which will become the ultimate source code for vetting all their ethical and moral decisions.
The program presented in this book, along with the accompanying journal, provides a practical method that could be used to build and maintain a robust personal morality system for leaders to address inherent flaws in their operating systems.
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About Jim Loehr
Jim Loehr is chairman, CEO, and cofounder of the Human Performance Institute, a training company that has successfully utilized energy management technology to improve the productivity and engagement levels of elite performers from the worlds of business, sport, medicine, and law enforcement. A world-renowned performance psychologist, he is the author of over a dozen books, including the national bestseller The Power of Full Engagement. He has appeared on Oprah, Today, Nightline with Ted Koppel, and Evening News with Dan Rather, and his work has been chronicled in leading national publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Fortune, Newsweek, Time, US News and World Report, Success, Fast Company, and Omni.
About Daniel Henning
Charles H. Elliott, PhD, is a clinical psychologists who specializes in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders. He is coauthor, with Laura L. Smith, PhD, of several For Dummies books, including Borderline Personality Disorder For Dummies and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder For Dummies.