Habit: The Collapse of The Moral Code of Leadership

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A public persona may feed ones bank account but rarely if ever prevails upon eternity. All change that really changes begins from the inside out.

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To change ones public persona while leaving the inner self subservient is tantamount to painting a barn whose structures albeit hidden awaits collapse due to time and misuse. The periphery of the barn is laced with weeds and vines. Which once crept slowly beneath the soil only to invade the barn’s character.

Quietly, stealthily barely unnoticeable.

A vice by a leader and manager are the weeds upon ones lawn or barn. Perhaps unseen to the novice.

But wholly prevailing upon all it touches … now and into eternity.

Applause like power always erode. True leaders and managers are rare indeed.

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They seek to make others better by reinforcing a moral code within themselves that accomplishes personal and organizational objectives.

In short, they appear on the outside lucky. They are however harmonious with their authentic self.

One at home, at work and alone. Jim

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One comment on “Habit: The Collapse of The Moral Code of Leadership
  1. Jim Woods says:

    Reblogged this on Agile Business Coaching and commented:
    Doing the right things, a moral code and values are subjective. I’d like to think they are absci gyuidelposts for life. To be quie frank what si just for one person is likely to be unjust to another depending on their need, culture and circumstance. Having worked at Covey there was often talk on principles. However, the 9/11 hijackers are convinced they had principles and values. They did. We certainly would not subscribe to them however there are people who do. A golden rule? That too is subjective. However, there is caveat. “Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you.”

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