In our increasingly complex and ambiguous work environment, how do leaders envision and enable the most desirable future? How do leaders act, attract, serve and stimulate positive change to benefit the society? What are the key, essential characteristics of a successful leader? Are the best leaders primarily servants? Or, mentors? How leaders create and disseminate a compelling vision? How do they communicate it to others? We look at the synergy of the mind and the body in processing the meaning of entrepreneurial leader who is best when is both servant in action and ethical in it bias. Why does this help to follow the adopted mission, vision and critical values?
Will understand Attention Through Vision, Meaning Through Communication, Trust Through Positioning, and The Deployment of Self.
We will find out that it is essential to reinforce leadership vision and mission within an organization we work.
We will discover that meaningful vision encompasses almost every aspect of management and business environment.
To understand quality of great leaders not only profound affects all of us, our behavior, it also defines the culture of our society.
Will also examine The Leadership Challenge, and discuss importance of who leaders view as their most significant role models. The people who inspire us and provide life lessons are often most near us: our families, coworkers, supervisors, teachers, and coaches. Will closely examine work of Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, among others.
Dr. Mark M. Michalski is an Adjunct Professor at George Washington Univ DC and CUA . He taught Business Management and graduate-level Cybersecurity and Cyberspace Leadership at the UMUC, MD, (2011-2019) and also spent considerable time as a visiting scholar at the IMF lecturing and writing on financial reform/liberalization.
An instructor on the Procurement Management Consultant, in the US, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Jordan, Egyp