Being vs. Doing

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      Today we feature a very well written article from Forbes that focuses on 7 things that make great bosses unforgettable. Not to our surprise, they don’t rest on Positional Authority alone, but a healthy dose of Relational Authority as evidenced by an unparalleled commitment to individual care and development.

– Dignity fleshed out-

“Great leaders reach and influence the people they lead by being the truest form of themselves as an individual supporting that who we are is more profound than what we do.”

    Among the 7 characteristics of great and unforgettable bosses in the article, note the absence of command and control, manipulating behaviors, work addiction, or an emphasis on production demand.  Great leaders reach and influence the people they lead by being the truest form of themselves as an individual supporting that who we are is more profound than what we do. This is one of the core values of The Dignity Principle at work and according to Forbes, some of the greatest organizations in the world like Google are deploying it as an institution to produce great bosses.

     How can you employ it in your sphere of influence to a positive effect? Justin and I want to know!