Writing on
Growth
Leaders as Gardeners: Hidden-ness Part 1
I believe hidden-ness is a hugely important concept in personal growth and one that leaders as gardeners work with in helping the people they lead to grow.
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Leaders as Gardeners: Beauty Takes Time
Leaders as gardeners have a duty of care to help those they lead by equipping them to be able to wait well; how to make history in order to fulfil destiny.
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Leaders as Gardeners: Roots, Shoots and Fruits
Leaders as gardeners are not passive observers, letting anything grow, anywhere anyhow. Far from it. They are active in weeding, feeding and pruning.
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Leaders as Gardeners: Seasons
Despite the fact seasons powerfully shape the world in which we live, we often pay little attention to seasonality when leading and shaping the culture of our business communities.
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Authentic Leadership: Integrating Your Life
If to live and to lead authentically is to live and to lead intentionally then to live and lead intentionally is to know what matters most and allow this to shape the choices you make.
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Authentic Leadership: The Crucible and the Journey from “I” to “We”
The crucible is a catalyst for personal transformation and the point of departure for the journey from “I” to “we” that characterises authentic leadership.
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Mark Lawrence is a leadership and culture consultant