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Compassion and Leadership – Part 3

Sat, 2017-04-01 10:23 -- tomjonez

 

In past weeks, I have discussed that I the value of compassion as a hallmark of those who lead.

Initially I began by defining compassion and then, next, explored the virtue of compassion-centered management as a primary stimulus in leadership decision-making (click blue words to read).

This week, I part three, we look at the danger of compassion in leadership.

Compassion and Leadership - Part 2

Tue, 2017-03-21 18:26 -- tomjonez

 

Last week I discussed that I have observed the value – and the danger – of compassion as a hallmark of those who lead. I began by defining compassion and indicated we would explore the virtues and the risks of compassion-centered management as a primary stimulus in leadership decision-making (click to read).

This week, I part two, we look at the value of compassion in leadership.

Compassion and Leadership - Part 1

Tue, 2017-03-14 21:35 -- tomjonez

 

One of the things I have observed is the value – and the danger – of compassion as a hallmark of those who lead. 

This week I introduce the topic by defining compassion.  Over the next couple of weeks I will look at the virtues and the risks of compassion-centered management as a primary stimulus in leadership decision-making.

So…what is compassion?  A definition from a web-based dictionary states the following:

Compassion: [kuh m-pash-uh n] : noun

Courage in Leadership - to Feel Better...or, to Get Better?

Wed, 2017-03-01 11:47 -- tomjonez

 

In the ongoing discussion of decision-making in leadership, last week I discussed how we simply must make the best decision we can - based on the situation and the facts available to us - and then go forward to the next decision point we will face (click here to read). In two words, sometimes we must, “Just Decide.”

Just Decide...

Wed, 2017-02-22 11:19 -- tomjonez

 

This morning I met with three people who each provide leadership in a very high-risk profession.  Their decisions are often simply routine; at other more critical junctures their decisions can be life or death and require almost instantaneous judgment calls. We’re talking high-stress.  Really high.

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