The Transformational Mind-Set

The Goal: A 21st Century Business Philosophy

In psychology, a mindset is the some total of a person’s  world view, A transformational leader must have this vision, to see what’s wrong when most see what’s right.

“Some men see things the way they are and ask why, I see things as they could be and ask why not.” — Bobby Kennedy, 1961, Former Attorney General of the U.S.

The world is changing, yet many individuals are stuck with outdated ideas. Few don’t understand the nature of their sins strive to grow virtues; some were corrupted by power, others seduced by greed, and many unable to separate delusions from truth.

“So many are smart, but few are wise.” Murray Johannsen

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Business Ethics: The Difficulty of Acting Ethically in Business. You are not a professional when you get a BA or MBA. Strange though it may seem, management lacks a code of ethics. Plus, the very nature of public corporation can make it hard to act ethically.

The Leadership Philosophy.  All great transformational leaders (the ones worthy of following) have a transformational philosophy they follow.

Essay: What’s Missing in Business Education. It is a strategic blunder to assume your university gives you all the skills you needs to prosper in an organization. Discover  the hot people skills the universities forget to cover.

The Nature of Wisdom. What’s scarce in the world today is  not knowledge, it is wisdom. Discover what more about what of the most important cognitive processes you can ever develop if you want to lead. After all, who want’s to follow a fool?

 

 

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