As leaders, we wake up each day with certain aspiration, responsibilities, and expectations at the forefront of our attention. Attachment and drive are key factors that tether us to our objectives and motivate us to show up each day to make progress.
However, when taken to far and practice in the wrong ways, attachment severely limits us as leaders. In my new guidebook, Awake Ethics, I present four primary attachments that leaders have: attachment to our ways of doing things, attachment to results and gratification, attachment to our identity, and attachment to team members. Here I’ll talk a bit more about how understanding your relationship toward each attachment is important in order to lead more ethically and find more clarity day-to-day.
In Awake Ethics, I present a shared language of ethics for rising leaders and business owners. The ten ethical principles equip leaders with the tools necessary to transform the way you lead, interact, and feel at work.
Without the right support, you may be limiting your potential as a leader. This week, I chose a Support section question I received from an Awake Leadership reader…
A guidebook is an awesome interactive tool for learning new skills and gaining inspiration for your work and your team. However, leaders in dynamic, fast-paced organizations have to carefully budget their time and finding time to start reading and implementing something new can seem challenging. Our time is so important. How do we decide whether […]